Before The Dinosaurs Share Their Heartfelt Cure For A Heartache

The Moncton outfit's sophomore single delivers a timeless twinge of bittersweet pain.

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Before The Dinosaurs serve up a sure-fire Cure For A Heartache in their soulful new single — showcasing today on Tinnitist.

Gracefully and evocatively toeing the line between country, southern soul and R&B, the New Brunswick outfit’s sophomore single pours out a timeless twinge of bittersweet pain, served neat over a tumbler of hard-won acceptance.

“The song was written in the summer of 2021 when I was going through a breakup with my ex-girlfriend, and my former band — simultaneously,” singer-guitarist Jordan Best shares. “While the song was originally written and inspired by my indescribable love for his partner at the time, I found playing and writing the song eased the pain, and realized the cure for a heartache is not just someone you love, but anything you love that brings you joy.”

Despite being from Moncton, Ryan Mazerolle (lead guitar), Chris Bishop (bass) and Christian Arseneault (drums), Cure For A Heartache give the smouldering cut a distinct Nashville feel, albeit with the unique twist found in their hybrid sound. Produced, mixed, and recorded by Don Levandier of The Motorleague, and mastered by Harry Hess (Arkells, Billy Talent, Barenaked Ladies), it’s a soulful sashay between love and loss, a flannel-clad tribute to beautiful sadness and inevitable fate.

Although the new group came together only last September, their have clearly wasted no time in writing, recording, and releasing music. The followup to their debut release Set Yourself Free, Cure For A Heartache arrives ahead of the band’s forthcoming full-length, set to arrive this fall.

Check out Cure For A Heartache above and below, and dig up more on Before The Dinosaurs at their website, Facebook and Instagram.