Motion Picture Soundtrack – Glass Figures

Release Date 22/02/2010 (Endgame Records)

By Chris Gilliver

Rewind 7 years and Glass Figures would be the shit, the cutting edge bollocks to inspire a generation of teenagers. Fast forward 7 years and this slickly produced car crash, which sounds like a rehash of early Bloc Party and Interpol combined, becomes an anachronistic plastic balls up, out of time and out of place.

Their hours would be better spent reinventing the flux capacitor to go back in time to play the same music at their parents’ prom. The result would be an epiphany, where the result of Glass Figures today is one of indifference.  

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