Song Pick of the Day




SONG PICK: Nick Wilson – Say It Now

British indie-pop artist Nick Wilson just released the beautiful “Say It Now”, a song about love and its complications, multi-faceted emotions wrapped in a compelling melody and expressed through utterly gorgeous vocals. When asked about his newest single, Wilson provides: “Say It Now is about that helplessness of realising something[…]

NOVEMBER 2019 in Rearview

With not only 2019 but an entire decade winding down, we want to do something new and kick-off our monthly rearview series, because – quite frankly – the past deserves to be reviewed, acknowledged and yes, celebrated! We are focusing not only on what is happening here on glamglare but[…]


SONG PICK: Grimes – My Name Is Dark

Grimes aka Claire Boucher aka c will finally release her fifth album „Miss Anthropocene“ on February 21, more than four years after her last one „Art Angels.“ The world of Grimes surly has become ever more complex and not everything she does fully rings true anymore, but I am still[…]

SONG PICK: Ruben Pol – Painting Mirrors

Following his debut EP “Infused Romance”, Amsterdam-based electro-pop artist Ruben Pol just released a new single, the enchanting “Painted Mirrors”. The track is a gentle, slowly unfolding and totally blissful pop number. The rhythmic swagger of Toto’s “Africa” comes to mind, with a dose of melancholy thrown in, topped off[…]

SONG PICK: Chloe Foy – Never Be the Same Again

UK singer/songwriter Chloe Foy ends the year with the first new song off her next EP, due out early next year. „Never Be the Same Again“ takes cues from classical music and creates rich soundscapes with acoustic strings that still sound intimate and let Chloe‘s voice shine. Listen to our[…]

SONG PICK: Coloray – Real Life Cinema

The song’s title “Real Life Cinema” made me instantly think about how life itself writes the more amazing and absurd stories than screenwriters can ever come up with. And while Coloray might not have had that in mind when he titled his new single that way, it is still something[…]

SONG PICK: Lux Lyall – Gun Metal Horses (Video)

“Gun Metal Horses” is a slow-burning, reflective song full of nostalgia by London-based artist Lux Lyall. The track unfolds like a dream with acoustic strings over a steady beat and unlikely electronics. Lux Lyall describes the mood perfectly as “longing for the past, fearing for the future and reflecting on[…]

SONG PICK: Sun Silva – Ride

No dilly-dallying around in SUN SILVA’s new single, as the song kicks off with a taste of the bombastic and beautifully infectious chorus. The initial explosion in “Ride” is no fluke but is being kept to the final bar. When asked about their latest single, frontman Oscar Gormley provides: “‘Ride’[…]

SONG PICK: Thea – Soon Enough

In her song “Soon Enough” the London singer/songwriter Thea reflects about being too reliant on friends, even if they cause more trouble than joy. She explains: It’s about that final stage of “grieving” lost friendships. I’m finally coming to terms with the fact that not everyone will do the same[…]

SONG PICK: Joe Connor Little – Always

The tender and stripped down production of “Always” got me instantly hooked and throw in velvety charming vocals and the allure is complete! London-based singer/songwriter Joe Connor Little gives us a taste of his talent with “Always” and pairs the single with two equally pleasing releases the mellow “Moving Away”[…]