Brooklyn’s up-and-coming Tender Glue are right up your alley if you like strum-heavy acoustic melodies and smooth, honest vocals. We sure do, and that’s why we’re proud to premiere their brand new single, “Hope Street,” today. This unflinchingly melancholy track shines in its simplicity, as everyday observations like “It was daily, it was day” and “Garbage in, garbage out” add an unexpected level of suspense to their hazy, rainy-day predicament.
Turns out that Tender Glue’s bio is as pure and straightforward as their sound. Their self-described purpose: “Not a person. Not a band. It is music made by an urge to create.” And that urge to create is about to bring us some good stuff. Tender Glue’s first full-length album, Steady Light, is slated for release on August 26th, so this new single is a great way to dip your toes into their nostalgic sound. Kick off your boots and enjoy “Hope Street” above.