Last year New York band Charly Bliss stole hearts with their irresistible debut album Guppy, and the energetic live performances that came with it. One of the songs that was a highlight of those performances was non album track 'Heaven', which the band has finally committed to tape and today released. It's the first new music from them since the release of their album, but feels like an old song to the band, as singer Eva Hendricks explains:

"'Heaven' is one of the first songs I wrote after Guppy, and to me it sounds like the ending of one phase of our sound before we knew what was going to come next. We played it live every night of our album release tour and it was really incredible to see the way people reacted to and connected with the song. It's our first love song, and I basically had to force myself to write the lyrics as a songwriting challenge to myself. I think I was always worried that songwriting was something that only existed to me as a coping mechanism, and that once I was happy I wouldn't have anything interesting to say or write about. I'm proud of the sweetness and simplicity of this song, and we're super happy to release it finally!"

The "sweetness and simplicity" of 'Heaven' resounds out of every energetic vocal and monstrous riff contained within the track. It's impossible not to listen to 'Heaven' and be taken on an aural rollercoaster of fun-loving delights, as it's so chockfull of wide-eyed visions of a beautiful future, brought into thrilling life by their emphatic playing. So without further ado, check out 'Heaven' below.

Charly Bliss are touring with Death Cab For Cutie in the near future, with a new album expected early next year. Keep up with them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for more news about the new album.