The Black Heart Procession – A Cry For Love

The Black Heart Procession – A Cry For Love

The Black Heart Procession – A Cry For Love

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The Black Heart Procession (occasionally spelled The Blackheart Procession) was an indie rock band from San Diego, California, USA.


The band was formed in 1997 by Pall Jenkins (Mr. Tube and the Flying Objects, Pallllap, Ugly Casanova and Three Mile Pilot) and Tobias Nathaniel (Three Mile Pilot). The group is often augmented by the contributions of Matt Resovich, Mario Rubalcaba, Jason Crane, Joe Plummer, Dmitri Dziensuwski, Jimmy LaValle and Matthew Parker.

Pall Jenkins has also produced The Drowning Men.

The band release the Blood Bunny / Black Rabbit EP in 2010. Pitchfork praised the two new tracks but felt the band had not expanded creatively since their album The Spell.

In 2011, Jenkins played optigan, piano and sang on J Mascis’s album Several Shades of Why.

In June 2013, San Diego City Beat reveal the band was on hiatus. Jenkins said “After years of touring and traveling and focusing on music, we decided just to kind of put an end to it for a while.”

In 2014, Jenkins played guitar and sang on J Mascis’s album Tied to a Star.


1, Headhunter Records (1998)
2, Touch and Go Records (1999)
Three, Touch and Go Records (2000)
Amore Del Tropico, Touch and Go Records (2002)
The Spell, Touch and Go Records (2006)
Six, Temporary Residence (2009)
Singles and EPs:

A Three Song Recording, (1997)
Fish the Holes on Frozen Lakes, (1999)
Between The Machines, Suicide Squeeze Records (2001)
In the Fishtank 11 (with Solbakken), (2004)
Hearts and Tanks, (2005)
Blood Bunny / Black Rabbit, Temporary Residence (2010)

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