Ead Wood Team Up With The Heights For New Surf Rock Single “Ignored”

Breezy, pensive surf rock.

Photo: John Dixon

Bristol-based artist Ead Wood joins forces with South London band The Heights for “Ignored,” a refreshing and soothing piece of surf rock that glides gently into your ears like a feather. Pairing a catchy chill vibe with the vibrant spirit of rock, “Ignored” is an energetic song that navigates you through the maze of miscommunication. Stream below:

In regards to the track, Ead explained that it’s about “fading relationships and the troubles of miscommunication.”

The track is from Ead Wood’s upcoming second EP Beige Dreams. Ed Soles is the mastermind behind Ead Wood who released his first EP Vista back in 2015. Ead Wood will be touring across Europe this summer, so make sure to catch him live:

7/20 – Mothers Ruin (Bristol, UK)

7/21 – Harbourside Festival (Bristol, UK)

7/29 – Old England (Bristol, UK)

7/31 – Mr Wolfs (Bristol, UK)

8/4 – Secret venue (Rotterdam, Netherlands)

8/8 – Café Checkpoint Charlie (Amsterdam, Netherlands)

8/9 – Café Hoffman (Utretch, Netherlands)

8/11 – Snuffel (Burges, Belgium)

8/14 – Viertelbar (Wuppertal, Germany)

8/15 – Café Litchung (Cologne, Germany)

8/17 – Suppe Mag Brot (Landu, Germany)

8/18 – Pizz Lav (Leipzig, Germany)

8/19 – Café Gans Am Wasser (Munich, Germany)

8/25 – Bluebirds in the Backyard (Dordrecht, Netherlands)

8/26 – Café De Floeren Aap (Mechelen, Belgium)