New England duo Tall Heights gorgeously blend unique overlaying harmonies with folk backings and pop melodies. Their latest unveiling is the poignant track “The Mountain”. The song was inspired by a photograph their friend texted them when his grandfather passed away. The grandfather spent his final days alone and looking at the mountains reminiscing about his long term wife who was the love of his life. “The Mountain” highlights what is important in life, those deep relationships and connections with others and devotion to each other and nature.
Tall Heights started as buskers in the streets of Boston and soon found success with their own songs. They have toured the world and have a fervent fanbase who is entranced by their stunning indie folk catalogue. The duo are set to perform this summer playing non-traditional outdoor venues. More info on tour dates here.