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Shoegaze outfit Tombstones In Their Eyes share new EP ‘A Higher Place’

LA shoegaze outfit Tombstones In Their Eyes have shared their new EP, A Higher Place, out now via Kitten Robot.

The new collection serves as the follow-up to last year’s Looking For A Light, but this EP sees the band at their most evolved to date. On A Higher Place, Tombstones In Their Eyes hone their signature psychedelic sound, but add in some more melodic sensibilities. Across the EP’s six tracks, the band delivers fuzzed-out, hypnotic rock tunes.

“I love singing, and now, instead of ten layers of fuzz guitar, it can be six layers of harmonies on some songs,” guitarist and vocalist John Treanor explains, “although we still do a lot of fuzz guitar.”

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“We were super busy writing and recording throughout 2021 and early 2022 and we ended up with a treasure trove of songs! So the EP in a way is a pressure release valve,” Treanor adds. “It let us get some of the finished songs out into the wild while we continue working on the remaining songs for an upcoming album and, possibly, just possibly, another record to follow. Yes, we have that many songs in the works!”

Tombstones In Their Eyes released their first album in 2015, and since then, they’ve only grown.

“The band is evolving, which is cool,” Treanor adds. “I’ve never been in a band that stuck around long enough and released enough material to really see the change occur. “There’s such a wide range of songs and sounds now, it’s really hard to pigeonhole what we are.”

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