Feels like RPP are just fresh off of the 2020 Favorites list, but Glenn’s already back with news of a new album and from the sounds of first single, “Don’t Ever Pray In The Church On My Street,” his bittersweet jangle-pop is in full effect once more. Pulling from the same well as the title track from the mini album, You Might Be Happy Someday the newest track pits sunburnt guitars against percolating percussion and a somber air. Still some shades of East River Pipe, St. Christopher, and The Sweetest Ache. Though Glenn adds something of a West Coast feel to the jangled genre, letting the heartache ebb more so than his UK coounterparts, his sighs not getting dragged under in the damp English air but rather soaring away with hope in the warm decay of seabreeze and sun. The song will appear on his third LP, Uncommon Weather due out April 9th from Slumberland.
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