Blending hook-filled melodies, soaring harmonies, adept musicality and shimmering production to produce palpable pop music for the modern masses, Knox Hamilton's music is as edgy as it is easy on the ears. THE HEIGHTS features alt-radio hits "Work It Out" and "Washed Up Together" alongside a cover of The Association's 1967 chart-topping single, "Never My Love." For the band's debut album, the Arkansas indie pop trio were bolstered in the studio by Sugarcult's Tim Pagnotta and Eric Palmquist (Bad Suns, Trash Talk). "The Heights, strikes the ideal balance between sweet and not-too-sugary, with songs that sound like they could fill arenas but never sound like they're trying to fill arenas (the distinction is key)." - Consequence of Sound "An album of arena-ready, pop-rock reminiscent of bands such as Coldplay and Vampire Weekend, loaded with sugary bombast, and perfect for fist pumping sing-a-longs." - Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.
1.1 We Get Back 1.2 Washed Up Together 1.3 Set It on Fire 1.4 Call Me Up 1.5 Pretty Way to Fight 1.6 How's Your Mind 1.7 Work It Out 1.8 Never My Love 1.9 Rightfully So 1.10 Sight for Sore Eyes 1.11 Back Porch 1.12 Barely Missed You 1.13 The Heights