Fourth and final single “Lights Out”

Over the course of the year, singer-songwriter Tender Glue has released 3 singles leading up to the “Closet Leftovers” album release and is now set to release the fourth and final single “Lights Out” on Friday 1st June. —-> http://smarturl.it/LightsOut-Single

During the writing process of this last single “Lights Out”, Tom explains how he was strumming the same unusual chords pattern that he had already used for 2 other songs. He then started singing, “Yes I know, it may sound the same, but each of one is different face”, as he realized the song had the same sound but was written at a different time. This single, as Tom describes, ended up being about a recollection of past days and experiencing life together until our lights go out. Along with his other songs, this track was recorded in the closet of Tom’s studio apartment, concluding the last of the four singles released from the album. Press Release

Lyrics:

Remember how
We used to jump the shades
Such a joy
In the gravity play

Yes I know
It may sound the same
But each of one
Is different face

On the mountain top
Cause you know the place
I’ll meet you up
But we can rearrange

Yes I know
It may sound the same
But each of one
Is different face

Lights out may help
Cause lights out are the best
With you

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Second Single “You Are Tennessee”

Second Single “You Are Tennessee” from upcoming album called “Closet Leftovers” is now available to listen and download on all major stores!!

Spotify–> Spotify/YouAreTennessee
Apple Music–> AppleMusic/YouAreTennessee
Google Play–> GooglePlay/YouAreTennessee
Tidal–> Tidal/YouAreTennessee
Amazon Music–> AmazonMusic/YouAreTennessee

“You Are Tennessee” is not about Tennessee but it’s more of a thank you note to people who give without wanting anything in return. —> Press Release

Lyrics:

Would you come
Sing to me
All your thoughts
Let them breathe
And you did
You treat me well Tennessee

Would you come
Dream with me
Climb this wall
Just to see
Well you did
You treat me well Tennessee

New Single “With You Here”

 

New Single “With You Here” from upcoming album called “Closet Leftovers” is now available to listen and download on all major stores!!

Spotify–>http://bit.ly/SpotifyWyH
Apple Music–>http://bit.ly/WyouHere
Google Play–>http://bit.ly/GoplayWyH
Tidal–>http://bit.ly/TidalWyH
Amazon Music–>http://bit.ly/TGWyH

Five minutes before going to work, I started playing my guitar and wrote down the lyrics, not really thinking about anything (I ended up almost late to work that day). Later on I realized that the part of the lyrics when I say “I’m so slow, I can barely see”, had to do with the time I lost partial vision for a moment, probably due to an unhealthy lifestyle. At that time in my life, I wanted to get healthier, so for me it’s about that. During the recording process, I sat down in my closet/recording studio, and started with vocals and guitar in the same take. Then I added the second guitar, drums, and bass. The whole process took a few days because I was only able to mix part of it when I had the time. Usually it was late, after work around 3am. –> Press Release

 

Lyrics:

Come walk to me
I’m so slow I can barely see
With you here
Feels like I’m in conscious dream

So stay with me
I’m ok I’ll always be
With you here
Feels like I’m in conscious dream

With you here

Tender Glue List-Stings

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!

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Latest single “Goodbye Bushwick” premiere

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.

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