Alex on the album, 'Old Lies For Young Lives'; "Our album is the first we've released with my vocals on it, and naturally is a big departure from (first album) 'Dead Ends'. The whole album is a sort of journey through our lives, with lyrical content about growing older and the changes in attitude you experience as you come to terms with the world that you live in. Lots of bands don't really build an album as much as we've tried to do with 'Old Lies'. It's not just 10 songs that are all singles shoved together on an album, it's more of a progression that reflects our lives and our experiences."
Dean (Richardson, guitars) continues;
"It's faster, more energetic and is written to be played how we play live!
It's also definitely a whole album, too many bands these days throw songs together and call it an album, but I grew up listening to albums that had a purpose. Start to finish, a concept or lyric running through them, a theme in the mood and a beginning and end. 'Old Lies For Young Lives' is meant to be listened to in full, front to back."
Full track-listings for 'Old Lies For Young Lives'
1. The Best Years / 2. Eleven Eyes (ft Sam Carter)
3. March 1964 / 4. The Noble Life
5. Windowless / 6. In Transit
7. Stray Rats
8. Repeat / 9. Wake Up, Fall Asleep
10. Forth / Here
LIVE wise, Heights have done recent, full length UK, European and Australian tours with the likes of Architects, While She Sleeps, Born From Pain and Deaf Havana, completed a recent UK tour with Your Demise and the below UK headline dates around Burnout Festival. Look out for even more tour dates, to be announced very soon (headline, festival and non UK), which include Slam Dunk Festival.
Burn Out Festival in association with The Agency Group & Advance Promotions Present:
July 25th : The George Venue, Andover
July 26th : White Rabbit, Plymouth
July 27th : Burn Out Festival, Bournemouth
July 28th : Audio, Brighton
Alex Monty - Vocals
Dean Richardson - Guitar
Tom Green - Guitar
Tom Hutton - Drums
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