Experience The Uncertainty Of Forgetting In Glass Hour’s New Galactic Pop Single “Burn”

Time to burn some memories.

Photo: Courtesy of Glass Hour

There is guilt that comes with forgetting someone – you can’t blame yourself though, the mind is radical and some people in your life are doomed to be forgotten. Canadian quartet, Glass Hour, explores this dilemma with their new galactic pop single “Burn.” Playing with an array of swelling percussions, “Burn” immediately sweeps us off to an expansive dimension of bursting chorus and booming piano taps that makes you feel like you’re suspended in a music festival somewhere in space. It is densely intricate yet the grandeur of the melody provides a feel-good simplicity that is undeniably buoyant. Stream below:

“This song takes a slight departure from our familiar piano and guitar tracks and incorporates electronic elements to make an upbeat, catchy tune. It speaks of abrupt silence, unfamiliar territories and the uncertainty of allowing someone to slowly fade from memory” shared the band.

Comprised of Caleb Smith (bass), Joey Reda (guitar), Will Bennett (drums) and Keegan Bouineau (vocals, piano, & guitar), Glass Hour formed back in 2015 in Montreal. They met while attending McGill University and have already gained wide acclaim for their single “Back to the Ocean.” The new track, “Burn”, is from their debut album Minute Hand, which will be out on August 18th. As of now, the quartet has some show dates coming up:

8/13 – The Phog (Windsor, Canada)

8/18 – O Patro Vys (Montreal, Canada)

9/1 – Parc Jeanne-Mance (Montreal, Canada)