Posted on September 06 2019
Emo-pop is alive and well in 2019, and Adelaide five-piece Glass Tides are well on their way to heading its resurgence with their new track “Crawling”. A powerful song that reflects on dark times in your life, when all seems lost, the track crawls in and implants itself into your mind.
This song is the perfect taster ahead of the release of the band’s full-length album release set for release on the 17th of January 2020.
LISTEN TO “CRAWLING” HERE
Inspired by Bring Me The Horizon and The Used, “Crawling” explodes into its massive chorus, with catchy, pop-like melodies sung with angst and aggression.
“‘Crawling’ reflects on a dark time in our lives when it seemed like there was no way out,” said the band. “Being surrounded by bad influences and experiencing tragic, life changing events, there is never an easy option or easy way to move on.”
Glass Tides are a five-piece emo/rock group from Adelaide, Australia. Wasting no time establishing themselves nationwide, supporting artists such as Thrice, Circa Survive, Spiderbait, Body Jar, Young Lions more.
The group's unique mix of heavy/emo music accompanied by the passionate and raw vocals has ignited excitement around the world upon there establishment in late 2017. Along the way, the group has released two EPs, Thoughts (2017) and My Descend (2018), and will be dropping their first full-length in January 2020.