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The Highs

The Highs

The Highs


There are several bands called The Highs. --- A London based band that create a "beautiful epic sound that lies somewhere between Sigur Ros and Muse"...with "soaring vocals and symphonic instrumentals"...more info, tracks and live dates at http://www.myspace.com/thehighsspace & http://www.myspace.com/thehighsunplugged --- The Highs is a pop band. Formed in Toronto in late 2012, the band had its beginnings with a trio of bedroom demos created by guitarist Doug Haynes. Read more on Last.fm
There are several bands called The Highs. --- A London based band that create a "beautiful epic sound that lies somewhere between Sigur Ros and Muse"...with "soaring vocals and symphonic instrumentals"...more info, tracks and live dates at http://www.myspace.com/thehighsspace & http://www.myspace.com/thehighsunplugged --- The Highs is a pop band. Formed in Toronto in late 2012, the band had its beginnings with a trio of bedroom demos created by guitarist Doug Haynes. These demos, with their driving afro-beat rhythms, guitar hooks and layered harmonies, provided the initial musical foundation for the band when it expanded into a five-piece. The demo tracks were put out online, garnering recognition from a variety of international critics and providing the band with a foothold to play a significant number of shows including prominent Canadian festivals like NXNE and Canadian Music Week.

These formative songs would have their sound developed and diversified when HIGHS was fully formed with keyboardist Karrie Douglas, drummer Kevin Ledlow and guitarist Joel Harrower. In July of 2013, The Highs released their “monstrously upbeat” debut, self-titled EP. The 5-track EP was recorded over six months at Verge Music Lab with Steve Major, who acted as both engineer and co-producer for the album. Influenced by time spent in Tanzania, the EP is a collection of songs that reflect on growing up, the concept of home, and spirituality. The live performance of these tracks, and many others that the band has yet to record, aim to distill some of the fun and energy that the band is experiencing into the audience.

Performed with up to four vocalists on a given track, HIGHS’ show is said to be tight and calculated while remaining true to the whimsical nature of the songs. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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