Having spent the last year honing their sound, alt-pop band Heir are poised to release their highly anticipated debut EP, ‘When The Lights Went Out’, on March 12.
The EP will be available exclusively in physical form when released at the launch night at 360 Club, it will then be available to order on Bandcamp (www.heirtheband.bandcamp.com) and also from Jumbo Records and Crash Records, Leeds.
Stamping their unique take on modern pop music with the pairing of powerful harmonies and hooks with grit and organic song-craft, the Leeds-based band have enjoyed an exhilarating 12 months.
After blowing the crowd away at their sell-out gig in Leeds at the end of March, the band have since supported the likes of Honne and The Dunwells, toured the country with Karima Francis and enjoyed back-to-back BBC support for their previous two singles. Their latest release ‘Scrapped Paper’, described as a ‘heartfelt masterstroke of energetic pop music’, is accompanied by a music video could leave you with a smile on your face.
“We are absolutely thrilled with the response so far,” says frontman Tom Hammond. “It means so much when people go out of their way to show such support. For us, we are just itching to keep producing work that people can enjoy.”
The EP launch will take place at The 360 Club at The Library on Woodhouse Lane, Leeds on March 12. Doors 8pm. Tickets are available in advance from Jumbo and Crash Records.
For further details on the band visit www.facebook.com/heirtheband or www.twitter.com/heirtheband