Artist info

Genre

Punk, Rock


Sounds like

Violent Soho, Title Fight


band members

James Clark, Alistair Eaton, Sean Lee, Nathan Menage


Influences

Basement, Endless Heights, Violent Soho


Bio

Sold out shows, supporting Touché Amoré (US), Turnover (US), Hockey Dad, Tired Lion, and Bad//Dreems; 2017 has been a sign of things to come for GLASS WAVE.

Their debut EP 'Discomposure' received national attention from Triple J and Unearthed. Following up with 'Melancholy' and it's ensuing launch tour, GLASS WAVE performed a huge Perth show, and a weekender which brought the band to Melbourne and a whole new audience.

After a lineup change and some time to settle down and write, GLASS WAVE is back stronger than ever in 2018. Releasing 'Out Of Time' with a WA Regional Tour and a part of the lineup for Hyperfest and Cloud Nothings (US), this year is looking huge for the band, with more electrifying shows and an exciting release on the horizon.

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

01 Feb 2018

Triple J
35

Some unexpected dynamics across this track

Some unexpected dynamics across this track

Review

Review by Steph Hughes Steph Hughes

31 Jan 2018

Triple J
40

I'm ready to put my neck out having a emotional mosh to that chorus. Great to hear more and more hits piling out of you guys.

I'm ready to put my neck out having a emotional mosh to that chorus. Great to hear more and more hits piling out of you guys.

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

01 Sep 2017

Triple J
40

Good tune from a good band. Keen to see how this one comes out live, the chorus is demanding to be absolutely wailed.

Good tune from a good band. Keen to see how this one comes out live, the chorus is demanding to be absolutely wailed.