Head North Streams Bloodlines EP In Full

March 12th, 2015 – Philadelphia, PA – Head North are streaming their EP Bloodlines in full now viaAbsolutePunk.net. Moving effortlessly between pop-punk, indie rock and hardcore, Bloodlines marks a new start to Head North’s career.  iTunes. Available through Bad Timing Records March 24th, pre-orders are now available physically through the BTR webstore, and digitally through iTunes and Bandcamp

As part of recording the EP, Head North enlisted Taylor Rambo Photography to film a documentary chronicling the recording process in the studio, their journey down to the Glamour Kills Holiday Festival and more. The trailer for the documentary can be seen HERE. Fans who pre-order the record will receive a link to view the full documentary via a private stream when the record is released.

The band will be on tour this Spring with Have Mercy, Weatherbox, and You, Me, & Everyone We Know. More information on those dates can be found HERE.

Stream Bloodlines in full via AbsolutePunk.net.
Pre-order Bloodlines on vinyl via the Bad Timing Records webstore.
Pre-order Bloodlines digitally via iTunes or Bandcamp.
Watch the documentary trailer HERE.

In their short two-year existence, Head North have already shown their ability to challenge themselves and elevate their sound. After self-releasing the championed pop-punk EP Sprapbook Minds in 2014, the band headed out on a DIY tour with A Will Away, and the bands released a split together the following summer. The two songs Head North deliver on the split bring them another step above prototypical pop-punk. Trading the hardcore-tinged guitars of their first EP for a smoother sound, the band swings between the pop-punk fury of The Story So Far and the dynamic songwriting prowess of Manchester Orchestra. In The Water embodies that balance in a beautiful performance that has quickly become a favorite of fans both new and old.

Hailing from Buffalo, NY, Head North has used this indie-influenced pop-punk to break out of the local scene and demand the attention of a national audience. Packing in sentiments as big as their sound, the band hits home with walls of guitar lines, frenetic punk rock drums and an emotional complexity anchored behind their lyrics. Singer Brent Martone hits raspy notes of anger and sadness, knowing when to shriek and when to soften, adding a layer of versatile energy to back up his passion.

The band is starting out strong in 2015 after an incredible year of significant growth. Beginning their career as part of the Bad Timing Records roster, Head North are heading out on tour with Have Mercy, Weatherbox, and You, Me & Everyone We Know in the spring. On March 24th, Head North will release their new EP Bloodlines on Bad Timing Records.

Check out the full stream of Bloodlines via AP.net.
Hear “Brave Hands” now via  Alt Press.
Stream “The Planet” via AP.net.
Pre-order Bloodlines physically on the Bad Timing Records webstore.
Pre-order Bloodlines digitally via iTunes or Bandcamp.
Watch the documentary trailer HERE.
Tickets to Head North’s upcoming tour with Have Mercy, Weatherbox, and You, Me & Everyone We Know are available HERE.

Follow the band on Facebook and Twitter.

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