Endless Heights - Perth
Sydney’s 5-piece punk rock band, Endless Heights, return with brand new single, Cold Hard Kiss and a string of live shows.
Cold Hard Kiss is the follow up to Endless Heights’ 2018 critically acclaimed sophomore release, Vicious Pleasure, which had singles Drain and Come A Little Closer added to triple j rotation, and theParalyse music video honoured in the Top 50 for the Clipped Music Video Awards as well as glowing reviews from critics far and wide from 4/5 K’s in Kerrang Magazine to album of the year mentions.
Cold Hard Kiss was produced, mixed and mastered by the band’s forever friend Elliott Gallart and recorded at The Chameleon Sound Studio.
Vocalist, Joel Martorana explains the song, “Cold Hard Kiss is about allowing your thoughts and feelings to come to the surface, even when they stand at odds with each other. The song came from a season in my life where I was crazy in love, yet completely lost and emotionally numb. It’s about confronting the guilt of failing those you love most in the pursuit of finding what you truly want in life.”
2019 marks the band’s 10th anniversary since forming in high school in 2009 and still boasting their original line up. Cold Hard Kiss celebrates the band’s bold new direction. The five best friends fuel their passion through a DIY mindset and an ever-evolving creative approach, harnessed from their hardcore/punk upbringings.
They have done countless national tours alongside the likes of Taking Back Sunday, Luca Brasi, The Story So Far, Basement, Turnover, Northlane and many more. International tours have included a full headliner through South-East Asia (2014), Japan with Hundredth (2018) and three European tours alongside Break Even (2015), Casey (2018) and The Amity Affliction (2018). 2018 saw the release of their second full-length album, Vicious Pleasure (produced by Lachlan Mitchell - The Jezabels, The Vines) which was followed by a fully sold-out Australian tour.
In support of the Cold Hard Kiss single, Endless Heights will be performing a string of headline shows in October.
Look out for their next big move as 2019 unfolds.