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‘Love’s Gone Bad’ The Jaded Hearts Club

The Jaded Hearts Club are an all-star collective who play raucous rock ‘n’ roll for the sheer fun of it.

Love’s Gone Bad is the latest product of The Jaded Hearts Club’s crate-digging mission to put a new spin on lost classics from the world of Northern Soul and Motown. The song was originally released by Chris Clark in 1966 on Motown subsidiary label V.I.P. Records, shortly before The Underdogs reinvented it as a scrappy garage-rock track. The latter’s version’s cult status grew in stature when it was included on Lenny Kaye’s influential ‘Nuggets’ compilation.  

In the hands of The Jaded Hearts Club, ‘Love’s Gone Bad’ has become a raucous rush of adrenalised Northern Soul energy, topped by a swaggering, larger-than-life vocal from Miles Kane. It’s the sound of a band playing with an uninhibited passion for the music. 

Love’s Gone Bad, a rare northern sole stomper that we dug from the underground. We beefed it up and gave it golden wings with matching loafers! Be prepared to dance!” says Miles Kane.

The spirit of the song is encapsulated by the accompanying video. Filmed in London’s Moth Club, the vinyl spins and then Miles Kane and a dancer bound through some fleet-footed old school Northern Soul dance moves. 

‘Love’s Gone Bad’ is the latest track to preview the album after ‘Reach Out I’ll Be There’, ‘This Love Starved Heart of Mine (It’s Killing Me)’, ‘Nobody But Me’ and the mood-setting intro ‘We’ll Meet Again’. 

‘You’ve Always Been Here’ will be released on CD, vinyl and digital formats, and is available for pre-order here. A selection of album bundles are also available. Fans who pre-order the album from the official store  will also receive first access to tickets for next year’s UK tour. 

Their memorable second gig at Stella McCartney’s fashion show saw Paul McCartney jump on stage as Ringo Starr watched on. It was followed by SXSW; a late night gig  in Chicago after Bellamy had completed a stadium show with Muse; a gig with Roger Daltrey at The Royal Albert Hall in support of the Teenage Cancer Trust; and a headline show at London’s 100 Club.