Described by Exclaim! as a band “that seem destined to go places quickly,” Toronto’s HIGHS have been rapidly building momentum with their unique approach to pop music. Fast-becoming the darlings of Toronto’s vibrant music scene, alt-pop creators HIGHS’ much- acclaimed musical blend has taken them from bedroom demos to festival stages in a matter of a few short years. The band’s self-titled EP – a 6 tracker that reflects growing up, the concept of home and spirituality – was produced and engineered at Verge Music Lab by Steve Major (Death From Above 1979, Island, Whitehorse, Great Lake Swimmers) and lead to the band inking a recording deal with highly-respected Indica Records (Half Moon Run, Phantogram, The Gaslight Anthem) in 2014. “Nomads” of the bands’ debut EP saw a major sync placement in John Cusack’s movie, Adult World, while internatonal recogniton has lead to placement in the Top 30 Hype Machine charts, CMJ Top 200 charting positons, and single “Summer Dress” reaching the #1 spot on CBC Radio 3. Having shared stages with Cold War Kids, Twin Forks, Hey Ocean, Kopecky Family Band and Rich Aucoin across their native Canada, HIGHS recently played slots at the UK's Focus Wales and The Great Escape. Following the EU trip the band is moving full steam ahead into release plans for their full-length debut album, carefully coaxed and crafted during a spring studio session with producer Luke Smith (Foals, Lily Allen) and due for international release later in 2015. Until then fans can see the band gracing festivals this summer including Ontario’s coveted WayHome Music & Arts Festival.