London band Grass House have announced their next single ‘I Was A Streetlight’ will be released on 2nd September, via Marshall Teller. The track will be followed by their debut album on 28th October.

‘I Was A Streetlight’ was recorded at Monnow Valley Studios in Wales with producer Jim Anderson who’s best known for his work with Cold Specks, The Twilight Sad and 2:54. The new track is a fresh taste of what to expect from the band’s forthcoming debut album ‘A Sun Full And Drowning’ which is set for release on the 28th of October.

Formed in London last year, the Grass House line up of Liam Palmer, Steven Dove, Ross Hall and Nicholas Jones blend Cascading cinematic guitars with a hypnotic rhythm section to create their own self titled brand of ‘outsider pop’ to great effect. Their love of Eno, The Velvet Underground, Joe Meek and The Walkmen may all hold a slight influence on the band, but their sound is unique and very much stands alone right now.

The band, who recently played a successful festival show at East End Live, will play a handful of London summer shows and are set to appear at the Green Man Festival in August (dates below). More dates will be announced in the very near future. Listen to ‘I Was A Streetlight’ here:

See Grass House live:
13 Aug – Huw Stephens Presents @ The Social, London
15 Aug – Green Man Festival
5 Sept – Single launch party @ The Lexington, London

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