New Noise Magazine is pleased to be bringing forth the exclusive premiere of “Did I Leave Everyone, Or Did Everyone Leave Me?” by Heavensake. The song’s melodious airwaves are heavenly and atmospheric, allowing for the emotion to seep into the hearts of each listener. With vocals that chop through the pulsing, ambient instrumentals, Heavensake create an ethereal dive through their orchestration. In the song’s sweeping waves of sound is a heartfelt message full of hope. “Did I Leave Everyone, Or Did Everyone Leave Me” is off of the upcoming EP, Post-Chroma, which will be out on March 22nd.

“Sometimes you just feel stuck. Life gets stale and nothing makes you happy like it used to. We have to learn how to fight through and find meaning in the meaningless. You are not worthless, you are not alone.” – Heavensake

Heavensake, formed in 2016, is a Emo/Post-Hardcore band from the Philadelphia suburb of Laurel Springs. With the help of Chiodos’ frontman Craig Owens, their 2017 release Deforme brought a new signature sound to the table—shredding guitar riffs, heavy driving rhythms, and high-energy vocals with lyrics that remain authentic and relatable.

In late 2018 Nik Bruzzese of Man Overboard and The Early November’s Ace Enders brought them into a NJ studio where the band recorded their latest EP Post-Chroma.

Heavensake:

Mikey Lince – Vocals
Skeeter Seifert – Bass & Vocals
Pat Wood – Guitar & Vocals
Sean Bourke – Guitar
Anthony Massimini – Drums

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