Glassviolet – Hourglass

Bristol five-piece Glassviolet goes anthemic on their newest release ‘Hourglass’.

Aspiring to journey into darker sounds than their previous releases, the groups indie-rock sound grows boisterous and intense on ‘Hourglass’, moving further up the bill and sounding more akin to Kasabian or White Lies. Progressing forward from previous releases ‘Clockwork’ and ‘Over the Moor’, Glassviolet sound more naturally anthemic on their latest effort, rather than striving to simply ‘sound big’. Filled with the classic energy of a British indie-hit, ‘Hourglass’ will likely be a turning point for the Bristol group.

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