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Introducing… Glass Museum

Merging the best of cinematic synths and new jazz

If you are a fan of GoGo Penguin, Mammal Hands, John Hopkins or Portico Quartet – you’ll be sure to enjoy Glass Museum. Merging math-based synths, free-flowing jazz and the richness of orchestration, Glass Museum’s forthcoming album ‘Reykjavik’ should catapult them into a legion of new fans.

The new single taken from the album is called ‘Clothing’. It starts off quite gentile and glassy with light piano and percussion. Then over the course of its length, the track twists into a cinematic charged world synth track that you could have heard in a sci-fi movie. I love the gradual transition between the two and it makes Glass Museum sound unique despite parts feeling similar to others. Their new album ‘Reykjavik’ is due out on the 24th of April. Enjoy ‘Clothing’ below.

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