(Federal Way, WA)
New Heights' first single "Peaches" gained fame when it was featured in a short film by the Jubilee Project titled Love Language
. The film went viral and led to many different variations by other film makers, all featuring the track. All together, the Love Language
inspired videos featuring "Peaches" has over 4,000,000 views on YouTube, and in turn, led to their first official music video.
Their album Something To Believe In features the works of well-regarded names of the industry such as Jon Howard, guitarist for the band Paramore, and producer Aaron Sprinkle. The album features collaborations with artists such as Clara C., Jennifer Chung, and South Korean pop star sensation Brian Joo.