The sound of Heat is all at once fresh and familiar. Equally calling to mind the 1970s proto-punk of New York City and the sprawling psychedelia of 90s UK shoegaze, it's a sound that is infused with youthful attitude and is altogether self-assured at it's core. A call to arms to the tune of weaving guitars and baritone crooning, this Montreal 4-piece have been turning heads and catching ears worldwide. The future seems full of limitless potential.
Fresh off the heels off a stellar year; which saw their self-titled EP and captivating live shows garner praise from the likes of the Guardian, NME, Q Magazine, and Noisey, Heat prepare for a whirlwind 2015. On the horizon: the release of a recently recorded 7-inch, tours of North America and Europe and the recording of their first LP. This is a band to watch, music to listen to, and a powerhouse in the making.