Emerging from the swampy marsh of the Big Easy, Glish makes a comfortable nest in the Texas music scene after signing onto San Antonio’s Texas is Funny Records. The company will put on their first CMJ showcase in Brooklyn, New York, featuring a colorful array of artist signed to the label, including SA's own The Hawks (of holy rosary) and Vetter Kids. Shoegazin’ alt-rockers Glish haunts with their surreal album opener “Pretty Car,” a marvel of a song drenched in dreamy pop melodies that are shredded by spacey guitars and dazed girl/boy harmonies that may soothe you into a REM sleep dream mode.
Glish's first full length album will be available November 4, 2014.
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