Ead Wood & The Heights is a new project featuring some familiar faces.
The titular songwriter Ead Wood may well be new to you, but this vagabond songwriter incorporates elements of London crew Margot as his backing band.
Re-tooled as The Heights, the guitar pop combo make the kind of off piste melodies that saw Orange Juice surge to stardom.
Defiantly original, Ead Wood's songwriting recalls everyone from Mac DeMarco to Beach Fossils, while retaining that UK sensibility.
'Ignored' is a sighing, bittersweet gem, with its lilting chorus sounding like those Garage Flowers era Stone Roses demos or even Real Estate.
Written about “fading relationships and the troubles of miscommunication” you can check out 'Ignored' below.
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