Glasvegas have decided to change the title of their upcoming third album, due out in 2013. As reported by NME, the Scottish quartet decided to rename their currently under construction LP Later… When the TV Turns to Static after a new song that will appear on the album. When NME spoke to frontman James Allan
Scottish indie rock group Glasvegas have entered the studio to begin the initial recordings of their upcoming third studio album and follow-up to their last release EUPHORIC /// HEARTBREAK \\\, which during that period saw the band’s relationship with label Columbia deteriorate. Previously the band have demoed new tracks to audiences in Sweden, playing a
Glasvegas walked off the stage after playing only four songs at V Festival in London on the weekend. Glasvegas were billed to play in between Katy B and Chase & Status and at the start of their show crowd members started throwing bottles at the them.
Scottish Indie rock band Glasvegas have revealed their Splendour in the Grass 2011 side show dates. The band found massive mainstream success back in 2008, after 5 years of releasing material on indie labels recently released a second album Euphoric Heartbreak. We spoke with singer James Allen about the pressures and considerations that went into
It’s an often heard adage in the music industry that a band’s second album is the most difficult. Having established an image and reputation with their debut, a lot of bands feel intimidated and uncertain when it comes to following up their success and meeting the expectations of their new-found fans, or otherwise can become