Hailing from the North East of England (Durham) – Mick Johnson AKA The Heartland Collective has just released his first-ever single titled ‘I Just Don’t Know’.

He’s the founder and the drummer of the band and other members of “the collective” are from Durham and other parts of the UK, as well as Austria, Netherlands, Canada, The United States, and even Ecuador.

I Just Don’t Know has been influenced by Sex Pistols, Foo Fighters, and Tom Petty and is available on all major streaming and download platforms.

The video was shot on location on the brutal but beautiful Chemical Beach or Blast Beach at Seaham in the Durham heartland. The location was also used by Ridley Scott to illustrate an alien landscape in the film Alien 3. The music video is beautifully filmed by the amazing photographer/director Alex Telfer.

About The Heartland Collective
The Heartland Collective is a 47-year-old new artist releasing music for the first time. The Heartland’s debut single ‘I Just Don’t Know’ is available on all major streaming platforms from May 31st, 2019.

Hailing from Durham, North East England they use a collective of musicians from the UK and from around world to create the Heartland’s sound. The collective so far has embraced the talents of singers, guitarists, from my heartland in Durham and the UK, and all the way from Austria, Netherlands, Canada, and the USA and as for flung as Ecuador.

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Influenced by Sex Pistols, Foo Fighters and Tom Petty The Heartland Collective could all be a mid-life crisis but their debut single ‘I Just Don’t Know’ released 31st May 2019, sounds as fresh as a rock ‘n’ roll daisy.