Whether their recent hype pays homage to the incessant and undeterred busking they’ve embarked upon, or is a testament to their melodic charm and indie swag; Glass Caves are making waves on the streets and stages of Northern England.

The pulsating and ardent energy they emit has captivated bypasses in York, England, for many a month. Recently they transferred their earnest efforts into a sold out local venue and delivered a startling performance to an electric home crowd.It’s this drive coupled with unarguable talent, that has seen Glass Caves cause a storm at both Leeds and Reading festivals. More recently they mesmerised crowds at notorious Northern venue: The Brudenell Social Club, which this year has seen the likes of Albert Hammond Jr, Yuck and The Raveonettes gracing its stage.

It’s on the crest of this buzz that Glass Caves present the title track, taken from their upcoming EP: Summer Lover. Here resides a stark reminder of Britpop past and anthemic classics, immersed in contemporary euphoria. Tight melodies meet their match in a soulful, controlled and yet considerably raw vocal. Their stringent and compact noise has cultivated comparisons from Fleet Foxes to live melodic extraordinaire’s Local Natives. Whilst embracing these resemblances Summer Lover also exudes the allurement of The Maccabees, circa Wall Of Arms, with its pacey, composed and energetic sound.

Whatever the parallels to come, here lies a band on the brink of bigger things. Quite simply, this track is nostalgia for the modern age. Believe the hype.

The EP Summer Lover is launched on the 9th of December. Title track is available online now!

’GLASS CAVES – Summer Lover’
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’Glass Caves – This Road’
’Glass Caves – Safety Man’
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