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ERRA share new single 'House Of Glass'

Setting the stage for a forthcoming LP in battering manner.

Photograph by Aaron Marsh

Looking to close the year with conviction and a bit of insight for what's to come, Birmingham’s ERRA share their new single, House Of Glass. Sporting a beautiful blend of clean and aggressive vocals, House Of Glass speaks to the duality present within the band's songcraft, which provides neat guitar and vocal melodies to an otherwise difficult subject matter for some. With riffs this visceral, one can't help but wait for what the band is cooking come 2021.

Vocalist/guitarist Jesse Cash comments:

“The lyrics started as a mutation of two ideas; the first being the seemingly heightened sensationalism of suicide over the last few years; the second being partisan ideology paralleled with cult-like zeal. The concept of connecting these two ideas stemmed from my musing over how much depression and suicide could have at least in part been heightened by the polarization of the 2016 election year and onward.”

Stream House Of Glass below and stay tuned for more ERRA.



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