Formed of the ashes from several former bands, Suffolk trio Glitter Shop have shared their first new music in 2 years, 'Port 80'. The track is taken from the band's forthcoming debut EP.
Written by vocalist Harry Dale during lockdown, 'Port 80' channels anxiety into an engulfing blend of shoegaze guitars and the polished indie of influences like Wolf Alice, The 1975 and The Vaccines. It's a timeless tale of “worshipping your internet connection and ignoring your friends”, and an instantly loveable introduction to a band with masses of potential.
Glitter Shop's debut EP, 'Teenagers In The Village' arrives on January 7th, and no doubt will mark the trio's entrance in dazzling style.