An earnest singer/songwriter with some folkie affects (think Nick Drake and Richard Thompson) alongside a large dose of modern indie rock such as the Shins as well as the Pernice Brothers, Justin Glanville makes politely catchy, low-key pop tunes with melodies simply inventive and memorable plenty of to lift the Ohio indigenous on the pack of comparable youthful guitar-toting would-be heartthrobs. Given birth to and elevated in Cleveland, Glanville was a classically qualified pianist who used both pop music and your guitar in senior high school. Settling in Brooklyn after university, Glanville used a career like a freelance music journalist so that as a staff article writer for the Associated Press while focusing on his personal music privately. By using suppliers Ron Haney and Bart Schoudel (the innovative core of NY pop underground mainstays the Churchills) and visitor shots from users from the Clear Things as well as the Scud Hill Boys aswell as longtime regional picture veteran Joe McGinty, Justin Glanville finished his debut recording, Blue Celebrities, in 2006. Originally self-released, the recording was found for nationwide distribution and reissued in November of this year.