Fresh from a packed out headline show at Newcastle's Think Tank, emerging indie-rock quartet Plastic Glass returns with Come Clean. Filled with the angst of adolescence, yet performing like veterans, they combine flavours of punk rock, indie, Britpop and garage rock for a gritty post-breakup tirade.
Recorded at St. Helens with renowned production duo Sugar House (Larkins, Glass Caves, Mint), Plastic Glass are making all the right moves and we can't wait to see what comes next.
“‘Come Clean’ developed into a very different song to the initial incarnation we first had, ending up as a darker, dirtier track driven by energy” Ben Richardson, bassist, explains. “We’re excited to share it now in its final form as it feels like a natural progression in terms of production and style”.