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The Argus: The Glass Room

The Glass Room

From: Brighton

Influences: Thirty Seconds To Mars, Three Days Grace and Jimmy Eat World.

Profile: According to The Glass Room, their name represents “the invisible barriers we often put around ourselves to stifle our potential”.

“The aim of the band has always been to break those walls by constantly challenging themselves and always striving to move forward.”

The alt-rock trio has just released a full-length debut album, Friends We Used To Have, which was written and recorded over the past 12 months.

The album saw the band work with Muse and Breaking Benjamin producer Mark Rinaldi, combining elements of alternative rock, metal and hip-hop. It is available to download for free from the website link below.

The Argus: Static HTML imageSomething Close To Perfect (right click on the track to download, left click to stream)





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