(February 8th, 2017) – Shortly after the debut of their most recent music video, “Nightswimming,” South Carolina-based electro-pop/rock group Glass Mansions are thrilled to announce an upcoming Spring tour, kicking off March 2nd in Charleston, SC. Fueled by Taco Bell’s Feed the Beat, the tour routes through the midwest and south, landing them several appearances at SXSW and finally ending in Atlanta at NOPHEST at the end of March. Dates and venue information can be found below!
With 10+ tours under their belt, multiple appearances at festivals like SXSW, Warped Tour and Florida Music Festival, as well as a recently recorded Daytrotter session, the band recently debuted “Matches,” the first single from their highly anticipated sophomore EP.
With the kinetic “Matches,” Glass Mansions returned to the studio with Zack Odom and Kenneth Mount (Mayday Parade, All Time Low, Cartel) who helmed the band’s first release, GOSSIP, and have combined the band’s signature pop flourishes with the darker, guitar-driven feel of the song- all while harnessing the energy the band’s live shows have come to be known for.
Thursday 3/2 – Charleston, SC @ The Sparrow
Friday 3/3 – Columbia, SC @ New Brookland Tavern
Saturday 3/4 – Greenville, SC @ Radio Room
Tuesday 3/7 – Nashville, TN @ The Cobra
Wednesday 3/8 – Louisville, KY @ Cure Lounge
Thursday 3/9 – Indianapolis, IN @ Melody Inn
Friday 3/10 – Chicago, IL @ Elbo Room
Saturday 3/11 – St Louis, MO @ Cicero’s
Sunday 3/12 – Fayetteville, AR @ Syc House
Monday 3/13 – Tulsa, OK @ Fur Shop
Tuesday 3/14 – Norman, OK @ Red Brick Bar
Wednesday 3/15 – Fort Worth, TX @ The Rail
Sunday 3/19 – San Antonio, TX @ The Mix
Tuesday 3/21 – Lafayette, LA @ Steam Press Cafe
Thursday 3/23 – Mobile, AL @ Merry Widow
Friday 3/24 – Montgomery, AL @ Head on the Door
Saturday 3/25 – Carrollton, GA @ Alley Cat
Sunday 3/26 – Atlanta, GA @ NOPHEST
About Glass Mansions
Glass Mansions, led by the charismatic, sultry voice of Jayna Doyle, is an Electro-Pop/Rock band from South Carolina, influenced by modern and 90s pop, heavy synths and tight, dance-friendly rhythms. Their music is propulsive and elastic, with bubbly pop-melodies, lush electronic beds of sound and intelligent, intimate lyrics, creating a memorable sound that vibes like Shirley Manson going steady with The Neighbourhood. The trio of vocalist Jayna Doyle, keyboardist Blake Arambula, and guitarist Patrick Beardsley have been steadily winning over audiences across the country since day one.