The Lonely Hearts

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The Lonely Hearts
Also known as Holland, Somerset
Origin Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.
Genres Rock, rock and roll, blues, country, R&B
Years active 2006–present
Labels Tooth & Nail, Atlantic, Photo Finish
Members Arthur McIntyre
Matthew Sullivan
Jeremy Lowery
Milam Byers
Samuel Barnhart
Jerry Morrison

The Lonely Hearts are an Americana/rock band from Nashville, Tennessee.


The Lonely Hearts were formed in 2003 in Nashville, TN by brothers Will and Josiah Holland. They have released one full-length album, Paper Tapes.


The Lonely Hearts started as a four-piece while living in Nashville. The Holland brothers are the only remaining original members. They released Paper Tapes through Tooth & Nail on March 7, 2006,[1] but are currently independent. Recently they have recorded demos with Ethan Luck for a new album at Rebel Waltz Recording Co. in Franklin and East Nashville, Tennessee. Prior to The Lonely Hearts, they were called Holland, and released an album called Photographs and Tidal Waves on Tooth and Nail.[2] Before that they were called Somerset.




  • Arthur McIntyre - vocals, guitar
  • Matthew Sullivan - vocals, keyboards, accordion
  • Jeremy Lowery - bass
  • Milam Byers - drums
  • Sam Barnhart - vocals, guitar
  • Jerry Morrison - fill-in, vocals, guitar, lap steel


  1. ^ Anderson, Rick "Paper Tapes Review", AllMusic. Retrieved March 9, 2013
  2. ^ Farias, Andree (2006) "Lonely Hearts Resurfaces With New Name and "Paper Tapes"", CCM Magazine, April 4, 2006. Retrieved March 9, 2013

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