Glasvegas enter studio to begin recording third album

Scottish rockers have started recording the follow-up to 'EUPHORIC /// HEARTBREAK \\\'

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Glasvegas have entered the studio to begin recording their third album.

The Scottish band, who were dropped by Columbia Records last year after the release of their second album 'EUPHORIC /// HEARTBREAK \', have tweeted that they are underway in the recording of its follow-up.

They wrote:




The band have previously hinted that they may release an EP as well as their new album, with frontman James Allan telling NME: "These new songs are starting to take on a life of their own. They've grown into wee monsters. We've got more than an album now, so an EP might be a good idea."

Glasvegas recently completed a short UK tour and are booked to play a number of European festivals later this summer, including Spain's Bilbao BBK, Hungary's Sziget Festival and Austria's FM4 Frequency Festival.

You can watch the video for the band's previous single 'Euphoria...Take My Hand' by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.

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