EYES SET TO KILL: 'Heights' Video Available

"Heights", the new video from Arizona's EYES SET TO KILL, can be viewed below. The clip was directed by Black Fawn Films' Chad Archibald (ARISE AND RUIN, FAREWELL TO FREEWAY) in Los Angeles and is the lead track on the band's upcoming sophomore effort, "The World Outside", which will be released on June 2 through BreakSilence Recordings.

"The song 'Heights' is basically about making the best out of a bad situation. It's about drawing something positive from negative experiences and growing as a person," explained EYES SET TO KILL's Brandon Anderson about the track. "We decided to do an energetic performance video for this song, with lots of wide, sweeping shots. It was a blast to shoot because it felt like we were performing the song live."

"Although we had just gotten back from an exhausting 13-hour flight from Brazil, shooting the 'Heights' video was still an exciting and energetic experience," added Alexia Rodriguez. "I know that once it is released everyone watching it will be able to feel that energy that we put into the performance."

Written and recorded by the band in Los Angeles with producer Dave Aguilera (ex-OTEP, BLEED THE DREAM) and mixed by Thom Flowers (THE ATARIS), "The World Outside" showcases the band's evolution from their screamo beginnings into powerful songwriters that resonate raw emotion.

EYES SET TO KILL's debut album "Reach", debuted at No. 29 on Billboard's Heatseekers chart and No. 77 on Billboard's Independent Music chart.

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