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Heights Unveil UK festival dates

| On 08, Jul 2010

Heights began to evolve just one year ago when the experimentations of five young musicians crashed together. Building layer upon layer of beautifully distorted melody, hard percussion and raw soaring vocals seems to be innate to the quintet who bring their immaculate influences, such as Cult Of Luna, a fresh post-hardcore edge.

Not long after their forming, Heights self-released their debut EP, ‘The Land, The Ocean, The Distance’ which received instant attention and they began to relentlessly tour the UK, earning themselves an infamous live reputation as a band who evoke upmost chaos and insania in even the most placid of crowds.

Now, Heights are touring the UK festival circuit, fresh from Download they play T In The Park this weekend in a set the band are calling ‘learn to love metal’! With live dates seeing them through to the end of 2010, the monumental wall of noise is building once again as they write material for their debut album on the road.

Festival Dates

11th July – T In The Park – Red Bull Stage – Sunday @ 12.35

30th July – Sonisphere

1st August – Underage Festival

6th August – Hevy Festival

Tour Dates

15th July – The Lectern, Brighton

22nd July – Central, Nottingham

24th July – Trillians, Newcastle

2nd August – The Marquee, Norwich (w/The Casino Brawl)

4th August – iBar, Bournemouth (w/The Casino Brawl)

5th August – The Croft, Bristol  (w/The Casino Brawl)

2nd September – The Crown, Middlesborough

6th September – O2 Acadamy, Newcastle

7th September – O2 Academy, Birmingham

8th September – O2 Academy, London

17th September – The Underground, Stoke

23rd September – The Croft, Bristol

5th October – The Cockpit, Leeds

22nds October – The Underworld, London (w/Memphis May Fire)

Tour w/ Flood Of Red & House Vs. Hurricane

4th November – The Marquee, Norwich

5th November – The Face Bar, Reading

6th November – HMV Institute, Birmingham

7th November – The Underworld, London

8th November – Joiners, Southampton

9th November – Sumo, Leicester

10th November – The GRV, Edinburgh

11th November – Warehouse, Aberdeen

12th November – Cathouse, Glasgow

13th November – The Underground, Stoke

14th November – The Old Bell, Derby

15th November – The Cavern, Exeter

16th November – The Croft, Bristol

17th November – Nags Head, High Wycombe