Glass House Point have released their brand new EP, “Midnight Appetite.” The record embodies a new, bolder sound for the band, who made the decision to explore a rather dramatic, symphonic concept. The band’s sound is centered around a 4-piece lineup backed by crisp harmonies, synths, and string ensembles. Overall the sound is sophisticated, yet untamed — a quite beautiful contradiction.
“Midnight Appetite” follows the release of two late summer singles - the Spotify hit “Creatures,” which recently hit 20,000 streams, and it’s powerful follow up, “Polaris,” both of which are featured on “Midnight Appetite”. They will embark a promotional tour in early November, aptly titled “The Midnight Appetite Tour” to promote the record. About their new music, the band states:
“Our new music is, collectively, more thematic and focused than anything we’ve ever done. It’s us introducing what we have become and debuting ourselves on a bigger stage.”
Glass House Point is an indie-rock band hailing from the tropics of Central Florida: a place riddled with abundant sunshine and torrential rainfall. The band formed during the particularly stormy Summer of 2013 and has since cultivated a sound that completely defies the expectations of East Coast music culture.
Ambient swell and soothings lulls put Glass House Point’s music into a category of its own: a category that has yet to be explored by today’s indie artists. The band’s past ventures include extensive US tours and the release of their debut record Love Lives in Dark Places (2016). Most recently, Glass House Point has recorded their sophomore EP with Grammy-nominated engineer & producer, Aaron Gandia. Glass House Point recently embarked on their last touring run of the “Think Fast; It’s Gone” Tour.
“Midnight Appetite” is available over HERE. Check out the tour dates embedded within the poster.