We've thoroughly enjoyed spending the last couple of weeks with the Attic Ends and their upcoming EP, Stripped -- A Live Recording. Already debuting "Insanity" and "Tippy Toes," today (Feb. 26) Diffuser is thrilled to premiere the next track on the disc, "Himalayas." You can listen to it in the audio player below.

With a calm rhythm throughout, frontwoman Samantha Rex's vocals add a haunting sense of urgency to the tune. "This song is about rising above all the noise, taking a deep breath, realizing the air in the state of your highest self is so pure and clean -- 'In the Himalayas the air is so clean,'" she explains. "With each person we give ourselves to, they take a little piece of us with them. Cherish who you are and your worth."

She adds, "Be mindful of who you give your love or time to -- when you are at your highest level of consciousness it is absolutely rejuvenating."

As we gear up for the release of Stripped, we realize that we've only premiered three of the EP's five tracks. The Attic Ends have been kind enough to grace us with the complete record, and you can stream it in its entirety (including new tracks "Fortress" and "Garden") right here, right now:

To celebrate the release of their new EP, the Attic Ends are playing a very special show this Saturday (Feb. 28) at Mrs. Fish in Los Angeles. In addition to that gig, we're excited to help announce their full-blown tour in support of Stripped, kicking off on March 5 in San Luis Obispo, Calif., and wrapping up on April 5 in Santa Ana.


In the meantime, make sure to stay up-to-date with everything happening in the Attic Ends’ world at their official website.