THE NEW EP

We Are Being Watched

    We Are Being Watched is a fitting sequel for a band that’s made their mark with dreamy rock tracks full of dance beats and emo affectation. The five songs play out like a feelsy zipline ride over rushing water. Exhilarating, bordering on dangerous, yet the band holds you securely with the unrelenting back beat, preventing you from accidentally falling into the melancholy below. Before you know it, the ride is over and you’re safely on the other side.

Tracklist
 

     1. Northern Star

     2. Temples

     3. Molly

     4. Hard To Stay

     5. Floodgates

Click on the song titles for lyrics and more information


All songs written & produced by Michael and Nick Heffron

All songs performed on bass by Kurtis Unthank
Engineered, produced, mixed & mastered at Moonlight Studios
by Eric Tuffendsam and Austin Nivarel.

Album artwork by Sophorn Long

Special thanks to Jake Elsasser, Mary Heffron, Jack Heffron, Kim Garber, and many more.

© Heffron Brothers 2017
All rights reserved.

 

THE FIRST EP

GUIDES

Imagine yourself in a rowboat, lost in the Bermuda triangle. It's midnight and something that you imagine can only be the Loch Ness monster is swimming nearby. Something slimy touches your leg. Gross. Just when all hope is lost, suddenly a beam of light bursts over the horizon. A light house in the distance guides you safely back to shore.

Tracklist

    1. Guides

    2. Follow The Loaded Gun

    3. Falling In My Dreams

    4. LOVE

Click on the song titles for lyrics and more information.

All songs written & produced by Michael and Nick Heffron
Engineered, produced, mixed & mastered at Moonlight Studios
by Eric Tuffendsam and Austin Nivarel.

Album artwork by Cici Newman

Special thanks to Jake Elsasser, Mary Heffron, Jack Heffron, Kim Garber, and the countless guides we’ve learned from over the years.

© Heffron Brothers 2016
All rights reserved.

 

Listen on Spotify

 

"The video for 'Guides' complements the band’s celestial sound and shining pop hooks through imagery that evokes sci-fi realism."

"sound and lyrics that feel emo-era influenced without shading too whiny or misanthropic. (This is absolutely a compliment.) If you’re into local bands like Multimagic and Walk the Moon, you’ll likely dig these guys."

"Their music blends the growing genre of rock colliding with the digital age, and its resulting sound. Fans of Two Door Cinema Club, The Mowgli’s, and Phoenix will definitely get their foot tapping to Infinity Spree."