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Glass City Vice Embark On UK Tour

Date: Feb 23, 2015

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“Landslide has a raw, catchy edge to it with poignant bass-lines and a fetching guitar sound. The song is layered by soft yet tapering vocals that are accompanied by addictive harmonies.”
Music Week

“Since their formation in 2010, Glass City Vice have been making a name for themselves in their hometown of Brighton and around the UK, thanks not only to their hard work ethic, but also their steady flow of consistently impressive alt-rock releases”.
XYZ Magazine

“Glass City Vice are a refreshing breath of fresh air in the current UK music scene, they have great tunes with that special vocal quality that comes along every so often to make you take notice ,all these elements entice the listener in ,but interest is kept due to the depth and sophistication of the songs”.
Max Hayes- Producer

With their new single ‘Landslide’ ready to be unleashed March 9th, GLASS CITY VICE prepare to embark on a set of UK dates,, armed with a brand new set of infectious songs. The shows will see GLASS CITY VICE perform alongside acts like YOU ME AT SIX, GET INUIT and DRY THE RIVER.

GLASS CITY VICE already have a strong reputation for their energetic live performances, which have seen them grace the stages of Sonisphere - Knebworth and play alongside the likes of well respected rock acts such as The Xcerts and Rival Schools.
The Brighton four piece, comprising of Josh, Ed, Dudley & Lawrie, formed back in 2010, drawing influence from the sounds of Manchester Orchestra, Death Cab For Cutie and Diamond Youth. Over the years, the band crafted an impressive string of hits, produced by the likes of Matt O’Grady (You Me At Six, Deaf Havana, Don Broco, Your Demise), Gez Walton (The King Blues, Skindred), John Davis (Lana Del Rey, U2, Plan B) Harry Hess (Chicago, Billy Talent, Ramones).
Their debut release, drew comparisons to Manchester Orchestra’s album ‘Simple Math’ with a chorus that delivered the same powerful energy as Twin Atlantic’s ‘Free’. The track featured slick production, concise arrangements and anthemic vocal hooks. Their obvious and deep passion resulted in an increasing amount of media attention and expanding their online presence worldwide.
Following on from this, they began to pigeonhole their sound and with more creativity, a better idea of where they were heading, GLASS CITY VICE released ’Waves’. Catching the attention of XYZ Magazine they were praised for their impressionable hooks, and most notably the band’s competence as songwriters, highlighting their true attention to detail in regards to both their individual parts and the song as a whole.
Their upcoming single ‘Landslide’ was quickly picked up and premiered by Music Week. Glass City Vice have spent time away honing their sound, letting their more musical and perhaps stranger influences run wild in their songwriting. This new release is a real departure from their previous material and offers something exciting and fresh for fans and newcomers.

UK Show Dates:
22nd Feb - Hoxton Bar and Grill (Supporting You Me At Six)
27th Feb - Garage - London (Club.The.Mammoth show supporting More Than Conquerors)
3rd March - Concorde 2 (supporting Dry The River)
1st April - The Cricketers - Kingston
15th April - Hope And Run - Brighton
18th April - Independent - Sunderland
7th May - Dog and Whistle - Hertford

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