MORE ABOUT THE HIGH CEILINGS
The High Ceilings combine down-and-dirty rock grooves, psychedelic tone and enormous songwriting architecture. The resulting mix is spacious, spacey and impossible to contain.
The High Ceilings' foundations are Max Heinegg's distinctive voice and Chris Blackburn's swirling guitar textures. Since the two started playing together in 1999, their profile in the Northeast indie circuit has steadily grown - now with a resume that boasts three studio albums, commercial radio exposure, an appearance at the WBCN Rumble and an MTV soundtrack deal.
Now with the rock-solid rhythm section of Ron Riley (bass), Rich Goldman (keyboard) and John Farrell (drums), The High Ceilings' latest LP The Edge Is as Safe as the Ground is a critics' favorite. SoundCheck Magazine raves: "They have nearly limitless potential, and their best is truly ahead of them. This is one of the best bands that Boston has to offer."
Armed with a brace of new songs, a fresh palette of sonic textures and a wall of cranked amplifiers, The High Ceilings are embarking on a breakneck schedule of live appearances. Catch them if you can.