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Tall Heights Reflect On The Past And Look To The Future In New Single “Not Like It Was” |  Continue U.S. Tour With Judah & The Lion + Colony House Through April 2018


Electrofolk band, Tall Heights release their 2nd single of the year, “Not Like It Was”. Just weeks into their massive 40-date US Winter/Spring tour with Nashville-based alternative band, Judah & the Lion and Indie-rock band, Colony House, 2018 is shaping up to be a big year for the breakthrough act.

Of the new track, the band says, “I think speaking fondly of the past is a coping mechanism for dealing with the present. I’m not just talking about people in red hats sporting a certain campaign slogan. We all do it: squint fearfully ahead, and then gaze longingly over our shoulder.”

Tall Heights has amassed over 100 million global streams to date and after such achievements as opening for The Chainsmokers at SXSW, a national tour with Ben Folds, and an impromptu acapella performance with Josh Groban, the band has no plans to slow down. Catch Tall Heights on the rest of their support tour through April, with stops left in Seattle, Portland, Nashville, Brooklyn and more (Full list of dates below).

Earning comparisons of their emotive harmonies and poignant lyrics to the likes of The Shins, Local Natives, The Head and the Heart, and Lord Huron, the multi-talented singer songwriters, composers, and instrumentalists are Paul Wright on cello/vocals and Tim Harrington on acoustic guitar/vocals. They grew up just outside of Boston and got their start busking on the city streets, eventually raising enough to fund their first EP. Tall Heights has since received outstanding accolades from the likes of SPIN, Stereogum, NPR, Paste, The Wall Street Journal, and Fuse.