Honest, energetic and heartfelt; three words that accurately describe Sydney’s Endless
Heights and their powerful music. From humble beginnings, the band has spent the past six
years touring throughout Australia and becoming one of the most respected and praised
bands in their scene.
Late 2013 saw the release of their debut album New Bloom (Broken Hive Records), which
showed the band hitting their stride and shedding their hardcore roots in favour of a more
melodic and mature sound. The change in direction was not forced, but more a natural
progression due to the band’s consistent touring and growth as musicians. The New Bloom
album cycle saw them tour far and wide through Australia (touring with the likes of
Superheaven, In Hearts Wake, Being An Ocean) as well as venturing to South East Asia for
the first time, the cycle culminating with this years “I’d Rather Be Giggin’” tour alongside
Break Even, Hopeless and Postblue.
Continuing to move forward, the second half of 2015 sees Endless Heights heading to
Europe for the first time in support of Teach You How To Leave, the bands new EP and best
material to date – out August 14 on 7” vinyl through Anchors Aweigh Records and digitally
through Uncle M Records. Deep, emotive and melodic, Teach You How To Leave picks up
right where New Bloom left off and pushes the band even further into new territory. With
new music and new audiences to share it with, Endless Heights are ready to take Europe by
storm alongside Australian hardcore legends Break Even and the UK’s own Landscapes.
Catch them on the Young & Bright tour throughout Europe this August.