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Dead Ends

Dead Ends (2011)

Old lies for young lives

Old lies for young lives (2013)

Heights are a British hardcore punk band from Welwyn Garden City, England. Formed in 2009, the band’s line-up as of 2014 consisted of vocalist Alex Monty, guitarists Dean Richardson and Tom Green and drummer Tom Hutton. They drew musical influences from a variety of styles, including but not limited to groups such as Devil Sold His Soul, Architects, Underoath, Comeback Kid, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds and Gallows.

The band released their debut album Dead Ends on 21 June 2011 through Mediaskare Records to critical acclaim – it was the first album of the year to receive a KKKKK (5/5) rating by Kerrang! and also gained 8/10 scores from both Metal Hammer and Rocksound magazines. The release saw the band tour extensively with varied number of bands in alternative music like Architects, Biohazard and Attack Attack!. Following the release of their debut album, the band left Mediaskare Records and signed to Transcend Music.

This coincided with the original lead vocalist leaving the band, prompting Alex Monty (formerly on bass) to take the reigns as the bands frontman. Alex offered a different style of vocals, leading Heights to their second and thought to be final album Old Lies For Young Lives, which released in 2013.

In 2014, the band released a three-track EP entitled "Strangers", which would be their final studio material to be released before their break up.

The original line up broke up in 2014. Former band members opted to pursue other musical ventures, the most notable being guitarist Dean Richardson joining the band Frank Carter & the Rattlesnakes. Former lead vocalist Thomas Debaere has since formed a metalcore band known as "Counting Days" who released their debut album, Liberated Sounds in 2015.

In 2022, the band released two new singles, titled Philadelphia and Selassie’s Song.