Happyness take their ‘Bigger Glass Less Full’ on new single

The band’s new album ‘Write In’ is out on 7th April.

Happyness are releasing their new album ‘Write In’ next month, and we’ve got the first play of its next single, ‘Bigger Glass Less Full’. Fast on the way to becoming masters of their style of ’90s-indebted indie rock, Happyness are rolling out hit after hit with precision. A lightning fast, two-minute glimmer at an album that’s set to fulfil their potential as one of the country’s most exciting guitar bands, ‘Bigger Glass Half Full’ welcomes in gritty distorted guitars which battle against Benji Compston’s floaty vocals for control. Talking about the new track, the band say: “Bigger Glass started with an oblique strategy that we learnt from Terry Gilliam: apparently he made ‘Brazil’ without ever reading 1984. We were trying to sound like a Pierre Cavalli song we’d heard once a very long time ago. It couldn’t sound less similar if we’d tried… We added the acoustics when we were in LA mixing with Adam Lasus - as of now the only thing we’ve ever recorded outside the UK.

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