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Check out “Memories," a mesmerizing and dreamy indie rock single by The Glass Skies

 


The Glass Skies is a band with a sound that combines the essence of dream-pop and indie music with the energy of rock, and they do it with exceptional songwriting skills. All of the different influences beyond the group’s sound work so well together because they both have high energy and catchy melodies that can get stuck in your head while still bringing so much ambiance to the mix.


The most recent single by The Glass Skies is titled “Memories,” and it’s accompanied by a visually stunning music video, which matches the ethereal quality of the music. The song offers a lush soundscape that’s very dreamy, and it breaks out in a very uplifting way. It’s the kind of music that can transport you to another world and is a great example of the band’s exceptional talent. This track is highly recommended to artists such as modernlove., Dead Rituals, Snow Patrol, and Deacon Blue, among others.


Ultimately, “Memories” is beautifully cinematic. The song offers a liberating enthusiasm, which can be compared to popular groups like Coldplay. Still, the music also has a more intense indie energy that’s reminiscent of artists like The Killers or Editors.


Find out more and listen via Youtube or Spotify.


You can also find the song on our playlist, alongside many talented indie artists worth supporting by following and streaming!


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