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Liverpool, England, United Kingdom | INDIE

Liverpool, England, United Kingdom | INDIE
Band Pop Rock


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Being Different - Single & Video
Fugtive - Single & Video
E.P currently being recorded with GardenShedMedia
Being Different is played every week on Radio Mojo on The Lazy Genius Show, with Tom Valentine.

All videos are all viewable on YouTube



One of the postives that set Heights apart is there sound, they have formed there own genre through there love for different styles of music throughout the band. They came across there style by playing songs they enjoyed, which has then formed into a style of playing that will never seem to change throughout there future developing of songs. Heights talent is a complete 4 way balance of qualities, brought through each member of the band.

With the lead singers cocky, edgey attitude, appeals and flatters every song in there setlist, leading from the front Lewis Cromby is a constant song writer, lives and breaths music, which is very much apparnt on stage.

Not only that but the band has strong elements in all areas, Calum Lauders drumming is a show on its own with influences of John Otto and the abstract style of playing of Keith Moon, his passion for listening and exploring other drumming styles will constantly develop his playing onto the next level.

Bass and backing from Luke Lawler compliments every song, bringing Bass to the frontline, his riffs are very much prominant in every Heights song, former lead singer, Luke is very much in the for front of the band, making sure bass isnt disregarded.

Lastly Guitarist Jake Larsen, his style alone captures what the bands all about, but his guitar licks throughout Heights sound is the iceing on the cake. His style is very much the added ' Rock' in the band which sets of a massive balance of sounds, completly setting Heights as 'Brit-Rock'.

Heights is nothing you have seen before, these working class lads, show what it really means to play relatable tunes to the masses.