Glitches Releases Debut Album Lost Language And Drop Full Genius Video
After a short hiatus, Glitches are to return with their debut album, ‘Lost Language’, on Friday November 10th 2017. ‘Lost Language’ is an album of intimate reflection. It captures the raw fragility of emotions experienced by lead singer Robbie Parks, who’s lyrics both earnest and honest, sluice over compelling melodies. The trio, formed of Parks, Michael O’Neill and James Warner, explain that the album is “an honest and raw account of the universal arc of love, from hope to the last stages of collapse. When we agonize too much over something precious, we can destroy it.”
Produced by Joe Kearns, who has previously worked with Florence and the Machine and Kasabian, Glitches have been championed as a contemporary take on Roxy Music, combined with the tenderness of R&B duo Rhye. On ‘Lost Language’ however, they push their sound further than ever before, opening up a hazy, turbulent world of sadness and melancholy. The elemental album subtly glides from cinematic, ‘Warm Seas’, to acoustic; ‘Dioscuri’ with honest accounts expressed by Parks arresting voice.
Glitches play live at Thousand Island, London on November 22. Tickets here: