Far Caspian have dropped their second EP, ‘The Heights’

It's the follow-up to debut, ‘Between Days’.

Far Caspian have dropped their second EP, ‘The Heights’.

Out today (Tuesday, 18th June) via Dance To The Radio, it’s the follow-up to the Leeds bunch’s debut, ‘Between Days’.

Frontman Joel Johnston says of the release: “The Heights has taken us a lot of work to get to where it is. We started with some songs that were brought into a studio and we soon realised we weren’t the sort of band that could work that way. We took the tracks away and then re-recorded it in our house.

“The themes on the EP are about embracing the present and enjoying the good times you do have even if you’re struggling through something else. From writing and recording this project we went from a pretty dark place into a place of contentment and I feel like the tracks have that feeling within them.”

Catch the band live on tour throughout October.

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