Watch our full interview with Highline!
Last week, Sydney indie-rock outfit Highline dropped their sophomore EP, Off Track. We sat down with the four-piece to discuss the release, their forthcoming run of shows, britpop and so much more!
Recorded with Jack Nigro at The Grove Studios, Highline have spent the past eighteen months working on the follow up to their debut EP, Strictly Dreaming. Recorded with Jack Nigro at The Grove Studios. The release features the previously released singles Staying Sane and Chasing Heaven, and showcases the bands growth as songwriters and musicians. Foraying more into britpop, the release saw a more collaborative writing process, resulting in a more refined and precise reflection of who Highline are. Conceptually, the release navigates the loss of oneself and heading down the wrong path, be that within a relationship or personally, and overcoming your own vices.
Forming in high school after playing together in their schools jazz band, Highline have spent the last few years building up their fanbase and carving out their own path within the indie-rock genre. Having released their debut EP Strictly Dreaming in February last year, the four-piece have played sold-out shows across Sydney, including a headline performance at The Lansdowne.
The four-piece will return to the stage later this month, launching the EP with a headline performance at Sydney's Mary's Underground, supported by Satin Cali and Maple Mall. The band will also be supporting Cooks & Bakers in Newcastle and Sydney.
Watch our interview with Highline above!
Images: Vasili Papathanasopoulos ©
Featured Songs: Chasing Heaven, Busy and Call Out courtesy of Highline