Glasvegas – “I can see and feel Glasgow on our new album”
An overwhelming and emotional journey about the end of love, static societies and unsolved “If”s. That’s how Glasvegas describe their “Later… when the TV turns to static”, which marks the return of one of the most well-appreciated British bands. The record, preceded by the singles “If” and “I’d Rather Be Dead (Than Be With You)” was recorded in Glasgow, the city of origin of the band, after two albums recorded in the United States. We met James (voice) and Rab (guitar) Allan at the Santeria, where they played live some songs of the new album and some old hits such as “Daddy’s Gone” and “Geraldine”.