Although from the birthplace of Kate Bush, a place possibly more known for having a shopping centre than its musicial talents – Glass Peaks might just be the best thing to come out of Bexleyheath since the world renown clocktower.
Having only been making music together for around a year now, Glass Peaks have a sound of an alternative-pop band that have been together for a lot longer in their three tracks that are currently released on Spotify. The newcomers have also just released a brand new track today titled “Home”.
The quartet – who have already received airplay from BBC Radio 1 in their short history, will play at CloseUp Festival on May 13th at Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen alongside a star-studded line-up including the musical prowess of the likes of Marsicans, Model Aeroplanes and their fellow south-Londoner KYKO (Scott Verrill) respectively. Tickets can be found here.