EXCLUSIVE: Glass Towers Pen Deal With New World Artists

13 February 2014 | 3:45 pm | Sally Anne Hurley

There’s a lot happening for the NSW band at the moment

Sydney based indie rock band Glass Towers have signed a deal with New World Artists, which will see the booking agency manage their touring across Australasia.

The quartet joins a roster that is home to local rock stalwarts British India, beloved hardcore outfit Northlane, emerging rapper Allday and recent signings The Love Junkies, Lunatics On Pogosticks and Slumberjack.

This is the second big announcement for Glass Towers in as many weeks – their debut album Halcyon Days will be released in North America as part of a new partnership between their record label Hub The Label and Canadian imprint Dine Alone. The LP will drop in the US and Canada this June.

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The next few months will also see the band spend a lot of time on stage, both here and abroad. They recently confirmed a run of North American shows – including an appearance at SXSW – and are touring around Aus at the moment. Check out theGuide for more info.

Glass Towers are managed by Jaclyn Hurst for Hub Artist Services.