Post War Years came to me after an unexpected Sunday night nap, after which I woke up and said to myself “shit, I haven’t eaten, and I have yet to do any work.” Suffice it to say, I’m starting the week (and month) off on a weird start, but I guess it could be worse. After all, I came across a pretty stellar track. Glass House appeared before me as I perused through the submission emails we get, and amongst a plethora of average to subpar, it seemed a gem. Upon a couple listens, it deserves to be separated from the pack and seen as a standalone gem. And on top of it all, it takes me back to the glory days at Duke when I was able to go to what we called the glass house (merely a room in the library with all the essentials: lots of windows [hence the name], food, tolerance for noise, and my friends). I’m pretty sure that little more than memories made it into the “completed” category in that glass house. But in the end, that’s what counts, right?
Glass House is the first single off the forthcoming Glass House EP from Post War Years, which will be released 23rd July 2012 through Chess Club Records.