Heaven Unveils Debut Album ‘Telepathic Love’

Heaven shares first single "Colors In The Whites Of Your Eyes"

Goodnight Records is excited to announce the release of Heaven’s debut album Telepathic Love, out July 30th, 2013. In celebration of the new record, Heaven is debuting a covers EP, featuring “Bizarre Love Triangle” by New Order, “See My Friends” by the Kinks, and “Go Your Own Way” by Fleetwood Mac, avail. The first track off Telepathic Love, “Colors in the Whites of your Eyes,” is also available above.

The Brooklyn-based dream pop outfit formed in late 2010 by Matt Sumrow (Dean and Britta, The Comas, Ambulance LTD) and Mikey Jones (The Big Sleep, Swervedriver, Snowden). Galvanized by recent sessions backing Adam Franklin as a part of his Bolts of Melody band, both recording and touring 2010’s I Could Sleep for a Thousand Years, the pair was inspired to compose and record some original songs of their own. With Sumrow on guitar and vocals and Jones on drums, the duo filled out the lineup with Ryan Lee Dunlap (Fan-Tan) on keyboards. They honed their sound with extensive touring, including a jaunt with Swervedriver. Sonic teasers were previously offered in the form of a split single with Adam Franklin & Bolts of Melody, which was the world’s introduction to “Colors in the Whites of your Eyes,” and their eponymous 7″, which featured “Mountains Move” and “Falling Apple.”

‘Telepathic Love’ a vast emotional and sonic breadth, from the reverb drenched Jesus & Mary Chain indebted harmonies on the epic “Mountains Move,” to the wistful, Velvets-esque lullaby “Southern Rain,” to the strum und drang claustrophobic snarl of closing track “Centuries,” a number that could’ve wandered the cosmic plank from Spacemen 3’s The Perfect Prescription.

Telepathic Love tracklist:

1. Colors in the White of Your Eyes

2. Telepathic Love

3. Falling Apple

4. Mountains Move

5. New Amsterdam

6. Southern Rain

7. Put Me Away (Interlude)

8. Once the Heartache

9. Centuries

 Covers EP tracklist:

 1. Bizarre Love Triangle – New Order

2. See My Friends – The Kinks

3. Go Your Own Way – Fleetwood Mac


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