Located in Glasgow, Scotland, indie rock and roll quartet Glasvegas consist of cousins James Allan (singer and principal songwriter) and Rab Allan (guitar), bassist Paul Donoghue, and drummer Jonna Löfgren. Although they deftly fused a like of doo wop and traditional, Spector-produced pop using a nod for some from the even more extreme and inventive electric guitar acts from the ’80s, possibly the band’s determining attribute is at Adam Allan’s earnest lyricism. Previous Creation employer Alan McGee and ex-Libertines guitarist Carl Clubât were therefore struck with a 2006 hometown functionality by the music group that each continued to make sure that more people observed their effective live pieces. Their third one, “Daddy’s Eliminated,” was positioned as the next best an eye on 2007 by NME as well as resulted in the band stunning up a camaraderie with Lisa Marie Presley following the song found her interest. Next, their platinum-selling debut record, Glasvegas, received widespread compliment following its discharge on Columbia in Sept 2008, and continued to become nominated for the esteemed Mercury Music Award in ’09 2009. Significantly less than three months following the launch of their debut, the Transylvania-recorded, Christmas-themed EP A Snowflake Fell (And It Thought Just like a Kiss) was released, getting further acclaim. The band’s sophomore full-length, Euphoric /// Heartbreak , was created, demoed, and monitored at a seaside home in Santa Monica, California during 2010 before going through final production beneath the path of Overflow in London. Before any saving had occurred, it had been announced that unique drummer Caroline McKay got left the music group. Her alternative, Swedish music college student Jonna Löfgren, became a member of Glasvegas after classes for the recording had been finished. On its launch in Apr 2011, Euphoric /// Heartbreak reached the very best Ten from the U.K. recording chart and in addition hit the main place in Sweden. To market the recording, the music group embarked on another globe tour, which integrated their biggest Western headline gigs to day aswell as successful journeys to both Australia and Japan. After that, in past due 2013, Glasvegas came back using a self-produced third studio room record, Later…When it Transforms to Static, released through BMG. Another year or two brought additional live schedules throughout European countries and THE UNITED STATES, and Later on… also liked a summer season 2014 launch in Central and SOUTH USA. To aid with promotion from the recording in these territories, the trick Truth EP was released, before Allan relocated to Stockholm to focus on new material.