Cures For Broken Hearts by ANT


Cures For Broken Hearts

Released on 28/08/2000

Fortune & Glory Records (UK)

5 song CD mini-album 


01. You've Lost Your Appeal

02. Tongues

03. The Cure For Broken Hearts

04. Fly On Your Wall

05. Spoil


Recorded by Suzanne Rhatigan and ANT between March and December 1997 on reel to reel 8 track and mixed to DAT at Cushy Productions in Stockwell, London. 

Mastered at Abbey Road in 2000 by Adam Nunn


Featuring: Johnny 'Viola' Greswell on violin & viola, ANT on vocals, guitars, drums & Wurlitzer piano, John Morrison on bass guitar & Suzanne Rhatigan on backing vocals & Wurlitzer piano. 

You've Lost Your Appeal was played on the John Peel show twice, (on 02/08/00 & 22/08/00) leading to a John Peel session which was recorded on 26/07/2000 at Maida Vale 4, (produced by Simon Askew & engineered by Ralph Jordan. The 4 songs; History/Any Girl Can Make Me Smile/Maybe Love Will Return/The Trick were first broadcast on 12/10/2000 on BBC Radio 1.


The unexpected joy of Ant Harding’s solo mini album, Cures For Broken Hearts - MOJO.

Sugar frosted heartbreak - TIME OUT. Five extraordinarily fragile songs - THE FLY. 

Cute pop songs with a bitter twisted edge - MELODY MAKER. A heart worn troubadour – NME. 

Make a little space in your heart for this - PLAYLOUDER. Likeable delicate stuff - Q.

There is hope for us all, it's what the doctor ordered - SOUNDCLASH.

Finely crafted distillations of the affairs of the heart - THE JEWISH CHRONICLE.