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Glades Release Soaring Synth-Pop Single

Coastal Beats Media

The electronic synth-pop and alternative rock trio from Sydney, Australia, Glades, released a playful, jammin’ new single, “Drive.” Full of sweet beats and young, romantic harmonies to blast late at night with the top off and the windows rolled down, “Drive” is an easy-to-love track. Its catchy and slow jam beats, hypnotizing vocals, and sizzling blends of synth-pop instrumentation are the perfect tastes of the rising indie artists of 2016.

Making a name for themselves with their single, “Falling Away” in mid-2015, the trio: Karina Wykes on vocals, Cameron Robertson on guitar and synth, and Joseph Wenceslao on guitar and synth, along with producing: established an intricate sound mix of indie electronic and experimental pop, with soundscapes similar to The XX, CVRCHES, Lorde, and Halsey. Considering that Glades met in high school and formed only last year, and yet have over 122K plays for their single, “Her (Loving…

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