Those ‘Heathens’: 7 Minutes In Heaven Cover Twenty One Pilots
6th February 2017: Chicago based alternative group, 7 Minutes In Heaven, best known for their 2015 smash Side Effects, which featured singles ‘I’m Okay’ and ‘Fireworks’, have released a video cover of Twenty One Pilots’ ‘Heathens’. Viewable here, the band partnered with Snaproll Studios, a video production company owned and operated by Bryan Buchelt, to cover the track which gained tremendous acclaim as the lead single for the Suicide Squad motion picture soundtrack. The session is the first outing for the band’s newest member, Brennan Gilbert on drums and follows on from their recently announced signing with independent label Rude Records.
7 Minutes In Heaven, completed by Timmy Rasmussen (vocals/guitar), Alex Rogers (vocals/bass) and Justin Mondzak (guitar), had a hectic 2016 with key performances at Vans Warped Tour and So What?! Music Festival, alongside supporting the likes of Assuming We Survive, Cold Kids, and Broadside. Past supports slots have also seen them sharing the stage with artists including Metro Station, Set It Off and BoyMeetsWorld. With the recent announcement of their Rude Records signing marking 5 years since their inception, the Chicago crew’s discography to date includes self-released debut EP ‘Get In The Van’; 2014 LP ‘The Statement’; later also released as ‘The Statement: Deluxe’ featuring additional acoustic renditions; and the aforementioned ‘Side Effects’. Released in late 2015, Side Effects was met by success, placing on several Billboard music charts including #1 on Alternative New Artists, #9 on Heatseekers, and #60 on the Independent chart. With good attitudes and high morale, in 2017 7MIH is committed to continuously building their relationship with their fan base and putting out their next release… soon enough it’s all you’re going to be hearing about!
More About Rude Records: http://www.ruderecords.com/