A Sunny Day in Glasgow – Ashes Grammar
The backing rhythms remind me of listening to early Kompakt out of a hand radio while being completely occupied with blowing a 100 dandelion tails out a car window with the members of the Cocteau Twins. After hearing this album by A Sunny Day in Glasgow I might have to say they maybe the torchbearers of softy dream pop in 2009 and I have no problems with that. After hearing a few songs I was thinking this could be what Stereolab would sound like if it was reborn and cared for by Slowdive and a giant gentle shoegaze educated moth that flew the band members around and cultured them with magical sound like Falcor from Neverending Story? Could I name drop anymore band names in this post? no one will ever know unless a band member from A Sunny Day in Glasgow approves this post.
Please note: that the photo of the Dandelion Tails is by John Corney, perfect name for the perfect picture.
A Sunny Day in Glasgow – Passionate Introverts[audio:asdgpi.mp3]
A Sunny Day in Glasgow – Starting At A Disadvantage[audio:asdgsd.mp3]
A Sunny Day in Glasgow – Canalfish[audio:asdgc.mp3]
A Sunny Day in Glasgow – Shy[audio:asdgs.mp3]
A Sunny Day in Glasgow – Close Chorus[audio:asdgcc.mp3]
4 Comments Leave A Comment
Tim says:September 3, 2009 at 9:16 pm
Do you read http://indiepassion.blogspot.com ? I would recommend for a lot of new music and Cover Art.
slofu says:September 4, 2009 at 7:35 am
As usual, Jakub, you manage to make my day. Thank you.
Markus says:September 5, 2009 at 6:49 am
gary says:September 5, 2009 at 3:20 pm
Nice tunes…..but it’s never sunny in Glasgow, I live here and we’ve had 2 dry days in the last month (August) not that it’s getting to me Ahhhhh!