share Ears Wide Open: Tombstones in Their Eyes

Tombstones in Their Eyes yields the acronym TITE, so besides the band’s majestically swirling, sumptuously stoned shoegaze music, they have that going for them.

The Los Angeles rockers today released a new EP, “A Higher Place,” via Josie Cotton’s Kitten Robot Records. It’s the follow-up to last year’s album “Looking for a Light” and, incrementally, a move toward the melody-first approach of ’90s shoegaze.

Says singer-guitarist John Treanor: “I love singing, and now, instead of 10 layers of fuzz guitar, it can be six layers of harmonies on some songs, although we still do a lot of fuzz guitar.” READ MORE