Colorado’s Gleemer had a huge 2017, the band released their new full length, Anymore, via Other People Records, satisfying fans and critics alike, and they recently wrapped up a full US tour supporting Hundredth. Gleemer are now hitting the ground running in 2018 with another lengthy run of tour dates, this time traversing the US with Movements, Can’t Swim and Super Whatevr.
Anymore can be purchased here and streamed via Spotify here
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Alt/punk act Movements has announced that they will be touring alongside Can’t Swim, Super Whatevr, and Gleemer this Spring in support of their recent full length, Feel Something, which was released on October 20, 2017 via Fearless Records.
Tour dates are below.
South Carolina’s Hundredth released their critically acclaimed full length, Rare, earlier this year on Hopeless Records, making a dramatic sound change from aggressive hardcore to a dynamic blend of lush shoegaze and driving post-punk. Today, Hundredth have shared Rare B-Sides, Melancholia and Porcelain, two driving tracks from that recording session. The band will be hitting the road this week to start their full US headlining tour, with support from Gleemer, Tennis System, and Spotlights.
Rare can be streamed via Spotify here and the Rare b-sides can be streamed here
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Colorado’s Gleemer have released a music video for the song “Come Down,” lifted from their upcoming full length, Anymore, that dropped last week via Other People Records. Anymore was recorded by singer and guitarist Corey Coffman in the studio he built in at his parent’s house, and the album’s homegrown atmosphere perfectly compliments the relatable vignettes in Coffman’s lyrics.
You can stream the video below.
Colorado’s Gleemer have released Come Down, the shimmering new single from their upcoming full length, Anymore, that is due out on November 17th via Other People Records. Come Down is a warm blend of ’90s rock fuzz and dreamy textures that offers an emotive new spin on familiar sounds. Anymore was recorded by singer and guitarist Corey Coffman in the studio he built in at his parent’s house, and the album’s homegrown atmosphere perfectly compliments the relatable vignettes in Coffman’s lyrics.
You can stream Come Down here and pre-order Anymore here