It's been a strange couple of years for Chicago based band Carbon Tigers. Two or three years ago, they had their equipment, merchandise, and van all stolen from them. However, thanks to their diehard fans, they were able to raise money to get some new gear and merch, and that new gear allowed them to play festivals like the Fashion Meets Music Festival and a Lollapalooza afterparty in addition to opening for Vacationer and Cold War Kids.

Today, we're psyched to bring you the premiere of their new song 'Out of Heaven'. It's the band's latest song since their EP The Wars at Home came out last year, and was produced by Zak Jablow, mixed Mike Watts (As Tall As Lions) and mastered by Alan Douches. It's an anthemic song that instantly grabs you with its fragility and relatability, its dreamy guitars floating dream-like above powerful, unique vocals from Chris Wienke. In a statement he shed some light on the song, saying"Out of heaven is a song about separation. I enjoy the realization that even though I may be physically away from those I love, we are always connected. That bond transcends any momentary attachment and lasts forever.” It's a sure sign of huge things to come for the band, and you can stream 'Out of Heaven' below.

  • Tour Dates:
  • 10/2 - Milwaukee, WI - Yield Bar
  • 10/3 - Chicago, IL - Schuba’s
  • 10/4 - Wyandotte, MI (Detroit area) - The Rockery
  • 10/5 - Cleveland, OH - Mahall’s
  • 10/6 - Washington DC - The Velvet Lounge
  • 10/7 - NYC - Piano’s
  • 10/8 - Philadelphia, PA - The Grape Room
  • 10/10 - Ithaca, NY - The Nines
  • 10/11 - Boston, MA - T.T. the Bear’s
  • 10/17 - Nashville, TN - 12th & Porter
  • 10/18 - Louisville, KY - The Hideaway Saloon
  • 10/19 - DeKalb, IL - The House Cafe

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