Glorie | Falling

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Rock: Post-Rock/Experimental Rock: Instrumental Rock Moods: Instrumental
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Falling

by Glorie

An engaging powerful blend of complex moody arrangements layered with diverse instrumentation. If DJ Shadow, Explosions in the Sky, and Cinematic Orchestra spawned a child this is what it would sound like.
Genre: Rock: Post-Rock/Experimental
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1. Sunshine Then Nightmares
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2. Run Away
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3. Smoke
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4. Falling
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5. The Lotus
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Instrumental, experimental band, Glorie, was formed in Memphis in the spring of 2009 by former Satyrs frontman, Jason Paxton. The other members of Glorie (Jonathan Kirkscey, Rob Brimhall, Andy Saunders, and Jeff Hulett) come from diverse musical backgrounds and have performed with an impressive array of artists such as Cat Power, Jay Reatard, The Bloodthirsty Lovers, Snowglobe, the Memphis Symphony Orchestra, and Al Green.

The band started as a desire to create substantive, engaging instrumental music with a strong focus on melody. Their music blends acoustic, electric, and electronic sounds and draws inspiration from many genres including rock, classical, and instrumental hip- hop. Glorie's new EP Falling shows off more of their classical influence than their previous release with the string section taking on a prominent role. Driving rhythms and diverse instrumentation including lush strings, guitar, piano, electric piano, and vibraphone creating a thick wall of sound with a cinematic quality.


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