Glass Horses – Red Dawn – Video

The English dark-gaze quartet Glass Horses were introduced at the tail end of last year.

Glass Horses - Red Dawn

Glass Horses

From time to time I discover myself drawn in to a thread of commonality and akin to the article yesterday about Deaf ChonkyRed Dawn is also a live recording, of a song not yet revealed in anything other than live format – again not of the highest quality yet divining completely the essence of the music as the creators deliver a song in the vein it was written rather than as someone else defined in a Studio.

Though I really shouldn’t let my cynicism run away with itself too far as the live audience experience relies to a great extent on ability of the sound technician at a venue along with for those of us listening to a recording of the live event – unless recorded straight from the mixer – in the quality of recording device used.

Leaving all that to one side I am led to believe that Glass Horses are still in the process of finalising details for their début EP and Red Dawn is anticipated to be on the release.

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Glass Horses – Soon Enough – Audio

The English dark-gaze quartet Glass Horses were introduced at the tail end of last year.

Glass Horses - Soon Enough

Glass Horses – Soon Enough

Continuing to reveal new material, the most recent track to surface – Soon Enough – is a brooding fuzzy composition that gradually coats the room in an oppressive blanket of hypnotic gauzy droning layers and is another fine composition by Glass Horses.

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Glass Horses – Low – Audio

Glass Horses is an English dark-gaze quartet.

Glass Horses

Glass Horses

Starting out on their journey Glass Horses have made a few tracks available thus far and packaged together a self produced and recorded eponymous four track EP earlier in the month.

Not material to pull out at a 21st Birthday celebration, Glass Horses deliver a sound that is best served with curtains tightly drawn in a room lit by a waning candle.

On the closer on the release – Low – the riveting bass murmurs akin to an ill-tempered coven of witches casting spells of foreboding, giving the material its darkness, underlined by an equally morose percussion that provides a menacing presence from which a spiralling guitar scatters shadowy flashes of glowing malcontent whilst keys eerily ebb in and out of earshot. The dark-cloak of the structure frames the duality of spectral vocals which hypnotically transfix the listener as they guide the audience towards the sacrificial altar.

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