A Sunny Day In Glasgow goes dark on their new song “Bye Bye Big Ocean (The End)”

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A Sunny Day in Glasgow | photo courtesy of the artist
A Sunny Day in Glasgow | photo courtesy of the artist

A Sunny Day in Glasgow have released a third track from their forthcoming Sea When Absent LP, the band’s third effort overall following 2010′s Autumn, Again.  It’s sonically darker than “In Love With Useless (The Timeless Geometry In the Tradition of Passing),” with frayed, white noise static under a whirlwind of synths and heavily reverbed vocals.  Sea Went Absent will be released on June 24th through Lefse, and A Sunny Day In Glasgow close out a month-long tour at Johnny Brenda’s on July 27th with Pattern Is Movement; tickets and information can be found here.  Listen to “Bye Bye Big Ocean (The End)” below.

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