Are you in search of some feel-good sounds and a dose of optimism this hump day? Well, Brooklyn-based artist Glassio has you covered with his indie-pop anthem “Queen Of The Silver City”. Riddled with positivity, the track is one to be blasted with the windows rolled down on a hot summers day as shimmering synths and layered vocals invoke the feelings of pure joy in listeners. With a sound akin to that of The 1975 and other front-runners in the indie-pop genre, the groove-filled song is one destined for your weekend playlist.
“On the surface, the song tells the story of someone sobering up out of a toxic relationship and driving through the long roads of the deserts of the Southwest to find this ‘Silver City,’ and to find refuge in the love that waits for them there, a new start,” explains Glassio. “I love writing songs about people being in flux. There is a lot of fun in describing emotions when they are on quicksand. The last record I released was all about that and this song is the very beginning of something coming out of those ashes – the death of a character inside you and the birth of another. It’s a love song to the person you’re becoming, and perhaps a song of spite towards the person you used to be.”
With a domination of the indie-pop genre on the cards for Glassio, brace yourselves for more dance-worthy drops and infections projects from the artist very soon.
Head below to listen to “Queen Of The Silver City”…