by The Glass House Museum

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Yul 04:37
Sewn Up 05:00
The Presence 04:09
Shades 03:37


‘Artifacts’ was recorded & produced entirely by the band between January & February 2020, capturing the performances at Tower Studios and mixing them into their final form at Fadeout Towers.
In no particular rush to commit this collection of as-yet unrecorded songs to CD, we played these tracks frequently throughout our hectic live schedule between 2018 & 2019. But with a slew of new and important gigs coming up this year, we felt the time was right to tie up the loose ends and finally get round to immortalising them, the only stipulation being that we produced it all ourselves and had no real deadline in order to ensure that the final product came up to our own stringent standards.

Included on the EP is an interpretation of Duffy’s ‘Rain On Your Parade’, something of a rarity in as much as we have only ever performed our own songs live since at least 2017, never mind record & release a cover version at all. But this is only one instance in which ‘Artifacts’ demonstrates to the listener how our sound has evolved musically since the release of ‘Tales From The Aftermath’ in September 2018.


released March 14, 2020

Joe Cummings: vocals & guitar
Jon Cummings: vocals & guitar
Lee Meadows: programming & bass

Music written by J Cummings/J Cummings/L Meadows
Lyrics written by J Cummings/J Cummings
‘Rain On Your Parade’ written by Aimee Duffy/Steve Booker.
Recorded & performed by J Cummings/J Cummings/L Meadows at Tower Studio, Stone.
Mixed & mastered by L Meadows at Fadeout Towers, Telford.
Album artwork created by L Meadows/J Cummings.


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The Glass House Museum England, UK

The Glass House Museum is a three piece band from the West Midlands, UK. We create original post punk / alternative rock music because it keeps us off the streets & getting into trouble.

Joe Cummings: guitar & vocals
Jon Cummings: guitar & vocals
Lee Meadows: bass & programming
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