Tuesday night I had the pleasure of seeing Tall Heights at the most interesting venue I’ve ever been to. Floating above the city, 100 floors up in the One World Observatory, Tall Heights performed an intimate set comprised of songs from their new album ‘Neptune’ that released in August. Their music is perfect for quiet fall days; it is a sweet blend of folk and electro-pop  with dreamy harmonies.  They played gently as the sun went down and the city lights gradually appeared — surrounded by friends and fans as well as delighted tourists who were visiting the observatory. At one point they had the audience get involved by having them use their cell phones to create feedback during their song, which sounded as if the room was surrounded by chirping birds. Tall Heights is touring now until the end of December; check here for tour dates and catch the Tall Heights experience yourself.


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