The Skinny: Toronto pop-rockers The Heights today released their third EP titled Drag Race On The Moon. The five-track release is now available to stream in full on their YouTube Channel (see below) following on from teaming up with Absoultepunk.net for an exclusive preview stream earlier this week.

The Drag Race On The Moon EP is available to download for free or any price you wish to pay via their Bandcamp page. Bursting with passion, soaring melodies and infectious choruses, “DROTM” is the rapidly rising band’s third release, following on from their debut self-titled EP and Bonacres in April 2012. What was initially a solo project by lead singer Gavin Sutton back in 2011, has grown into a full band packed with undoubted talent.

The Heights bring a wide range of influences to the table from the likes of Coldplay, City and Colour and John Mayer, while also clearly carving out their own signature sound. Having already shared the stage with scene-heavyweights such as Set Your Goals, Silverstein and Fireworks, The Heights are ready to emulate their peers by significantly building on their fan base on the back of their new EP.

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