Video Premiere: Glass Caves – Swim (Ont’ Sofa Session)

Glass Caves

glass caves tour posterWe’re thrilled to have been asked to give you guys a sneak preview of Leeds band Glass Caves hitting up with Ont’ Sofa for this brilliant acoustic version of their track Swim. This performance allows the vocals and the song’s melody to really shine, in fact I like the fragility to it in contrast to their rockier sound so much I think they should start doing this version more often. As a treat now n then anyway.

The session was filmed in Leeds’ Belgrave Music Hall and is being previewed ahead of Glass Cave’s forthcoming headline tour which starts in Manchester on Saturday 27th February.

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