Fresh from selling out their first headline show of the year at St Pancras Old Church, London alternative indie rockers Glass Peaks have announced their debut EP ‘It’s Raining On The Wrong Side Of The Window’. Today, sees them releasing their first music of the year with their first single from the EP – ‘Never Really Left’ – a post-grunge anthem tackling the toxicity that social media has on society as a whole.
“Someone once said to me ‘nobody really cares if you don’t go to the party’ and it’s so, so true. The same applies for this online world we live in. Nobody really cares that I went on a 5K run, or bought a pair of new shoes, or that I don’t believe in a God, or that I’m interested in politics. There’s a huge, delusional, false pretense that exists on the internet. ‘Never Really Left’ is written about how I can now look at that with different eyes. It’s a sarcastic song, I feel even in the vocal delivery you can tell that.” – Alfie Jefferies, vocalist / bassist.
GLASS PEAKS LIVE DATES –
12th March 2020 – The Finsbury, London *supporting Johnny Kills*
4th April 2020 – Trinity, Harrow
11th April 2020 – Soma Festival, London
1st May 2020 – The Old Blue Last, London *EP RELEASE SHOW*