Fresh off the back of the release of their debut EP It’s Raining On The Wrong Side of the Window, Glass Peaks have returned with a brand new track, ‘Lift Me’.
The first in a series of songs written over the course of the past few months, ‘Lift Me’ sees the London trio return with a renewed confidence. Fuelled by melodic guitars the track is a stage-ready bop, prime for when the shows kick back off again.
Speaking about the track, singer Alfie Jeffries says: “It’s about needing someone else’s strength and realising that no matter how resilient you are, you can’t always carry the world on your shoulders. It’s about the heady romantic night walks followed by mind-numbing arguments. It’s about realising your own self worth and actually putting your foot down for once. I suppose in general it’s just about making a statement, and implementing the changes you want to see.”
As with the rest of the music industry, the band have had to cancel upcoming tour and festival dates. But with more time on their hands to write, it won’t be long before we see more from Glass Peaks.