Y’all should know how much I love Glossary. I’ve posted about the band several times (click here to visit all Glossary-related posts) and last week they released their outstanding new album, Long Live All Of Us. However, preceding said release were a pair of video trailers you may not have seen. Allow me to rectify that for you.
Ladies and gents, you may know them for their soulful brand of southern roots-rock, but you probably didn’t know that they arrived at this point in their careers because of their mad dance skills.
Long Live Trailer 2 (starring Bingham Barnes)
Long Live Trailer 3 (starring Kelly Kneiser and Todd Beene)
See, I automatically root for any band that can write passionate, heartfelt songs, yet also have the balls to poke a little fun at themselves. Imagine that, having a sense of humor. It’s like reverse engineered Wilco. But, instead of Tweedy’s pretentious, unlistenable shitstack™, Glossary gives you memorable riffs, melodies, and vocal harmonies, and you don’t need to construct an intellectual Rube Goldberg device to “prove” its excellence. That’s because Glossary’s excellence is innate. Dig it, friends. THIS is what American music is supposed to sound like.
Glossary – A Shoulder To Cry On
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