Jan 26, 2017
Tim Harrington and Paul Wright, better known as Boston-based
folk duo <a href="http://www.tallheights.com/"
target="_blank">Tall Heights</a>, are taking a little time
to breathe to start off 2017. Last year, they released
<em>Neptune</em>, their second full-length album and
their first for major label Sony Masterworks. Neptune added some
electronic wrinkles to the sound they had established on their
first EP and album - two-part harmonies, cello, and acoustic
guitar. It also took them around the US and Europe on tour, and
landed them on <a
target="_blank">NPR's World Cafe</a> and <a
I caught them at the end of the last tour, playing a hometown show at <a href="http://www.sinclaircambridge.com/" target="_blank">The Sinclair</a> in Cambridge with local group <a href="http://www.sinclaircambridge.com/" target="_blank">The Western Den</a>. They won't be taking too much time off - they have plans to write and maybe record some demos while they're home before they hit the road again in March, and they hope to have a new album out this year. That’s Tim, by the way, mostly in your left ear, and Paul with the deeper voice.