Alt-pop/rock trio, Heavy Static Drop New Track “Andromeda”

And the new music just keeps on coming! Here’s the latest from alt-pop-rock trio Heavy Static, “Andromeda.”

The song’s off their forthcoming EP, Here Comes the Fear, due out this Summer.  Having been a band for only two years, Heavy Static have already been named “Artist of the Month” by The Deli Magazine Toronto. The band stems from ‘70s  icons, including The Cure, Ziggy Stardust-era Bowie and The Clash, Swedish pop, ‘80s horror movies (specifically 1981 Canadian slasher, My Bloody Valentine) and modern day rockers, The Darkness and The Hives. Here Comes the Fear will be the band’s second EP, following the 2015 5-track EP, Face The Night, singing songs about heartbreak, anxiety and finding one’s place in the world. Tearing through Toronto, Heavy Static have performed at Lee’s Palace, The Garrison, Dundas West Fest 2015 and Tranzac Club.

If you liked what you heard, visit Heavy Static’s website and check out their social media pages.

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