Electrofolk duo, Tall Heights brought a night full of raw emotion and incredible tunes to the intimate 7th Street Entry in Minneapolis on Monday night.
Not only does Tall Heights have many great tunes on their albums, but their vocals and overall sincere sound just pulls you in. Somehow, this feeling is amplified even more when the duo performs live. Describing the show as beautiful feels like an understatement.
Tall heights released their fourth studio album, "Juniors" this past January. The album is full of their typical sincere vocals tied with beautiful string instruments. However, they stepped out of their acoustic comfort zone a bit by taking that sound to an even stronger level by incorporating some electronic sounds. From the first track to the last you can't help but keep it on repeat.
Fans were in awe from the minute the duo took the stage at The Entry with "Horse to Water," one of their popular tunes from their 2016 album, "Neptune." It was definitely a great way to start off the set.
Highlights of the evening include the performance of "Keeps Me Light", the opening track to the band's 2022 album. "Field of Snow" and "Hear It Again" were also special moments. Of course, "Spirit Cold" was a fan favorite being that it's the band's most popular tune. Hearing the track performed live took me back to the good ol 2016 days.
For years Tall Heights has been gaining a well-deserved following and earning their place in not only the local folk scene, but far beyond it. It's only up from here for electro-folk duo, Tall Heights.
Opening for Tall Heights was American folk singer-songwriter, Andrea von Kampen. She set the night off beautifully with her incredible vocals and personal songwriting. Honestly, I don't think there could have been a better fit for an opener. Definitely keep your eye on Andrea as she is bound to go big places.