Two of the UK’s most promising, most exciting, most enthralling young bands, Bradford’s astonishing Glass Mountain and Leeds’ breathtaking Brooders, have announced a co-headline summer tour, including at stop at The Crescent on 27 June.
Having gigged almost constantly for two years, sharing stages with the likes of God Damn, Fizzy Blood, Hands Off Gretel and Allusondrugs, and perfecting their often truly venomous sound, Brooders take a fresh approach to the ‘90s traditions of angry, emotive grunge, updating it with monumental melodies, spine tingling hooks and breakdowns. They are again taking their breathtaking sound on the road, this time on a co-headline tour with Bradford’s astonishing Glass Mountain during June, including at stop at The Crescent on the 27th.
To coincide with the tour announcement, Brooders have released a live session video of Blue Eyed Prince, taken from their new self-titled LP.
In their short lifespan to date, Glass Mountain have featured regularly on BBC Introducing; released the Glacial EP and the Cowboy Song single, both attracting immense and justified praise; won a video award for Glacial; played Bingley Live Festival, the Embrace Secret Festival and Live At Leeds; supported such disparate acts as Las Kellis, Evil Blizzard, Splashh, Elvis Depressedly, One Sided Horse and Hawkwind; were invited as support on the full Embrace tour in December last year; and continue to enthrall, mesmerise and captivate audiences wherever they play.
It should be one hell of a tour.
Brooders and Glass Mountain play The Crescent Community Venue on Tuesday 27 June 2017.