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"Home is wherever you happen to be"

is more than a lyric for Arms & Hearts — a.k.a. Steve Millar — it's almost a mantra at this point. When he sings it, and crowds sing it back at him, the truth in the phrase is clear to see.

The heavy-touring singer/songwriter combines the storytelling and work rate of a classic troubadour and the heart on his sleeve punk rock passion, asserting themselves as one of the most prominent figures in the UK's underground / DIY music scenes through sheer hard work and persistence.

Equally comfortable on a dimly lit folk club stage or at a loud and lively punk show, Arms & Hearts released their debut album 'The Distance Between' in November 2020. The culmination of seven years of work — in which Arms & Hearts released three EPs and toured extensively throughout the UK, Europe and the USA — this album is their biggest, most confident, and most complete record to date.

Arms & Hearts continues to work hard, plying their trade whenever and wherever they can. A DIY musician through and through, when they’re not on the road they’re producing records for fellow artists, booking tours and consistently working to help others within this burgeoning UK scene.

2021 could be the best year to date for Arms & Hearts: maturing as a musician and flourishing creatively, we haven't seen the best of them yet.



  • "Northwest acoustic punk rocker Arms & Hearts has got to be one of the most prolific songwriters around at the moment. Arms & Hearts doesn't just consistently write songs, he consistently writes great songs"Colin's Punk Rock World
  • "He's one of the finest solo acoustic acts on the scene at the minute, a point backed up by the massive singalong to his set closer, 'Fortitude', which was played unplugged in the crowd"One For The Road Review for Manchester Punk Fest 2018
  • "Although there's an undeniable punk urgency at the root of Arms & Hearts' set, there's a quiet introspection and rich musicality which run just as deep. An artist who deserves a bigger stage."Louder Than War