George Glew Pulls Our Family Hearstrings In His Bluesy New Single “Me And My Brother”

Warm, laid-back strings for your soul.

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UK rising singer, George Glew, explores the strength of family bonds in his new bluesy, acoustic single “Me And My Brother.” With the same crispy vocals that have earned plays from Annie Mac (BBC Radio 1) and Elton John, Glew is back at pulling us into a warm melancholic reflection in his new track. “Me and my brother / We don’t speak a word to each other / But those words I mutter / Mean the world to me these days” chants Glew. Pairing the physical absence of his family with the omnipresence of the love for each other, Glew shuffles through intimate memories without giving details letting his listeners to fill in the lyrical gap with theirs. Stream below:

“The song is very self explanatory,” Glew shared.  “It’s about my relationship with my brother and how despite the lack of seeing or speaking to each other we’re still there for one another. It also touches on my relationship with the rest of my family and my upbringing, despite everything that has happened throughout my life I wouldn’t change it.”

George Glew has already amassed 140k Spotify streams with his single “Bury Me” as well as many radio plays. Originally from South Wales, Glew now resides in Bristol and will be releasing a new track every month for the next year. He is currently taking a monthly residency at The Gallimaufry in Bristol and has some show dates coming up:

8/29 – The Gallimaufry (Bristol, UK)

9/26 – Oslo (London, UK)


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