Chicago based Alternative Rock group, 7 Minutes of Heaven (7MIH) are best known for their 2015 smash, Side Effectswhich hit Billboard’s #1 Alternative New Artists chart, #9 Heatseekers chart, and #60 Independent Artist chart and featured singles “I’m Okay” and“Fireworks.” The band, signed to Rude Recordsare gearing up for their follow up EP, Symmetry, which is due out September 15th, recorded/produced by Seth Henderson at ABG Studios, and mastered by John Niclario. The EP focuses on finding the positive balance in one’s life despite being surrounded by confusion. Throughout the EP, 7MIH continue to use a wide array of influences to create a unique sound and convey a sonic story-line for the listener, hooking you in with powerful vocals and guitar chords, energizing drums, melodic tones and soft keys. Symmetry is available for pre-order now (physical and digital). Today, the band is proud to unleash their second single off Symmetry entitled “LOTL”.

The action of breaking away from the status quo, forcing you to create your own path and taking action to find a solution. Calling yourself out for not doing the things you've set out to do, and letting go of what’s been holding you back to allow yourself to grow. Self-reflecting that everything works itself out in the end if you believe in yourself and are aware of what’s going on around you" expands Timmy Rasmussen, the band's lead vocalist, on the song.


Prior to “LOTL”, the band already released “Symmetry”, the first single off their forthcoming EP. Vocalist/Guitarist Timmy Rasmussen, elaborates that the song is about reaching a breaking point and “realizing what once worked before, no longer does.” He continues by stating, it is about “finding what’s right for yourself, taking a step back and reflecting on what needs to change around you and within yourself. Be yourself, what works for someone else usually won’t work for you - know yourself above all”.
"Symmetry" Artwork / Tracklist:
1. Better Off
3. Symmetry
4. Sweetest Sin
5. Cellar Door
6. Wishing Well

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