Repost from Songwriting Magazine
PREMIERE: Tender Glue “Hope Street” music video
Tender Glue is the name adopted by the New York based Poland-native, Tom Gluewicki, with the inspiration for the name coming from his childhood nickname, Glue, and the meaning of a friend’s name, Tender. Tonight’s exclusive is taken from Tender Glue’s excellent debut album Steady Light and is a lo-fi gem.
Reposted from The Wild Honey Pie written by Lauren Mckinney
Tender Glue is a brilliant clash of twang, grit and pop, delivering as many dirty guitar lines and perfectly sparse moments as clever vocals and catchy melodies. To celebrate the recent release of Steady Light, Tender Glue’s debut album, we asked for a playlist of songs that helped to define the record’s sound. Enjoy below, and be sure to check out Steady Light above!
Reposted from The Deli Magazine NYC written by Zach Weg
Brooklyn’s Tender Glue premieres ‘Goodbye Bushwick’ and plays The City Reliquary on 8/26
Today, we are premiering Brooklyn indie-folk act Tender Glue latest single “Goodbye Bushwick” (streaming below) off forthcoming new album ‘Steady Light.’ Sounding out curling atmospherics that recall Kurt Vile’s great 2011 release ‘Smoke Ring from My Halo” from a few years back, the guitar-based track is also, impressively, a poetic paean of days gone by in the tradition of none other than Dylan or Cohen.
One week left until the new album release. Here’s the trailer for a sneak peak of
Repost from GroundSounds written by Jake Craney
PREMIERE: Tender Glue share new single “West”
Brooklyn-based indie artist Tender Glue is releasing a new album Steady Light later this month. We’re excited to be premiering “West” right here on GroundSounds. The song confidently sways and flows at an ambling pace. The soulful vocals and contemplative vibe prove to be particularly effective at evoking emotion from the listener.