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Massive Glassjaw news! (No, srsly)

Update! Please, Don’t Let Me Down is on Youtube:

Glassjaw fans, you’ve been so very patient. It’s been 10 years since Worship & Tribute (Spotify). 10. Years. It looked like they were never coming back, especially when Daryl took his side-project Head Automatica (Spotify) mainstream. But they got back together again in 2007 and then… nothing. A few singles popped up, a promise that things were happening, but never a commitment to any sort of release at all.

10. Years.

But your wait is over. Glassjaw are back! The singles they released over the last 3 years were collected and released as the EP Our Colour Green (Spotify) on 1 January. And even better, their website has now been updated and is streaming a brand new song entitled Please, Don’t Let Me Down. All indications are that this will be on a forthcoming EP containing brand all-new material. I can’t jeffin’ wait.

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NEWS: Glassjaw – All Good Junkies Go To Heaven… new album on the way?

So we’re admittedly a little late to the plate on this one, but on 20 August Glassjaw released a new vinyl-only single All Good Junkies Go To Heaven.  This was the first official Glassjaw release since 2005’s El Mark EP, and we’ve just stumbled across the best vinyl rip of the track we’ve heard, and wanted to share it with you all.  The audio via YouTube is embedded below.

The new Glassjaw album has been a slow burner since their 2002 sophomore release Worship and Tribute.  Guitarist Todd Weinstock left the band, writing and recording for a new record began – as a four piece – as early as 2006, and they’ve been hinting at new material ever since.

It’s been a long ride, but we’re glad that more and more material is now being released for our consumption.  We really like the track (and if you can find an even better quality rip please do let us know!) and we hope it wets everyone’s appetite enough for whenever we finally get our hands on the new record!

Enjoy. (PS, don’t be confused by the live sample halfway through, that is on the track!)