Leeds quintet Higher Power release their first album for Roadrunner, 27 Miles Underwater. The band have been acclaimed for their distinctive mix of grunge, hardcore and alternative rock. Recorded with producer Gil Norton (The Pixies, Foo Fighters) at Modern World Studios, 27 Miles Underwater follows Higher Power’s debut album Soul Structure. Higher Power quickly established themselves as a crossover force with their self-titled three-song demo in 2015. Bucking trends and forgoing boundaries, word of the group’s NYHC inspired grooves and positive expression quickly spread. Space to Breathe, a three-song 7-inch, followed in August 2015 stacking layers of social consciousness and progressive intellect on top of the band’s visceral compositions. Soul Structure arrived in 2017 to critical acclaim on both sides of the Atlantic, as their post-genre approach filtered hardcore through a sonic spectrum of rap, rock, funk and psychedelia.