Glass Gang, “The Fall”

Sjimon Gompers

Glass Gangs showing a bit more face. (courtesy of the band)

The latest single from Brooklyn's glamorous gloom bunch, Glass Gang surfaced recently with “The Fall”. The line of grace is upheld like walking a risky tight rope stretched across the high stakes of an electric utility cable. The mysterious group shows a little more face this time around, while saving away their identities as vocals are layered in rounds around the electronic programmed drums that hold the distorted and treated guitar shards at bay within a crystallized urban palace. The song pits the tense city pressures of going under, while driving a savior machine toward the sustainable wonders of self-preservation, reiterating the upright virtues of standing on one's own 2 feet with, “I don't like to fall . . .”

Look for the fourth single from Glass Gang rumored to appear within the upcoming weeks.

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