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Glass House Point

Tampa, FL | Established. Jan 01, 2013 | SELF

Tampa, FL | SELF
Established on Jan, 2013
Band Alternative Indie




"Glass House Point – On & On (Track Of The Day, 4th March)"

This is an amazing track, and it is Track Of The Day due to the insane amount of plays it received. We at Depth Magazine are so grateful that indie music like Glass House Point exists, and that we get the pleasure of sharing it. - Depth Magazine

"The Wilbury brings Glass House Point to Tallahassee"

Glass House Point was well-received on Friday night. During their set, audiences crowded the stage and got lost in the music. After their set, the members were constantly being stopped by audience members introducing themselves and offering praise - FSView Florida Flambeau

"Glass House Point - 'Love Lives In Dark Places'"

Glass House Point is a band that has everything to make it big. In summary, they write great songs that are memorable; their vocalist, Dylan, is a great front man with just the right indie tone and emotion; the instrumentalists know how to pay attention to detail and give each song its own flavor with cool riffs and motifs; and the lyrics are poetic and never dull. What more could you ask for! Glass House Point will be working on their second EP in 2017 and will be on a Southeastern U.S. tour in March. For more information on Glass House Point check out their website. - Indie Spoonful

"'CREATURES' Single Review"

If you’re into indie-rock, get ready for Glass House Point. Back in 2013 it all began when the band first got together in Central Florida. In 2017, they are currently on tour until August 27th to promote their single Creatures.

Glass House Point first released music in 2015, with two singles called Hungry Eyes and Heaven. In 2016, Love Lives in Dark Places was the band’s first album to ever drop. After countless hours of rehearsing, recording, and playing numerous venues, they are ready to release and perform their newest material this year.

Creatures is a song that all music genres can appreciate. The song starts off slow, with raw vocals and poetic lyrics. The guitar plays soothingly as the main instrument, while the story within the song is being told.

The beat progressively gets faster, but it still holds true to the fresh ballad-style piece that it is. There is a message about life and how time goes by in ways we never thought possible. The band tells a story about leaving someone special because time gave the opportunity to move forward.

There are mentions of the importance of finding your way back home. The song ends on a cool beat, as if in the middle of a sentence. Overall, it is a very beautiful piece of music and talks a lot about what life means to the band.

Glass House Point will be playing Creatures on the Think Fast; It’s Gone tour. The tour will be coming to Philadelphia, PA on August 18th in the Dockside Bar at Dave & Busters. Luckily for fans, the band will be stopping at plenty of locations.

Florida, North Carolina, Ohio, New York, and Alabama are just a few of the states that will be able to witness Glass House Point’s epic performances this summer. Make sure to check out the band’s Facebook page, Twitter, and website for updated information on the new single and tour! - Unclear Magazine


"Hungry Eyes" the first single from Glass House Point's debut EP Love Lives in Dark Places was released October 13, 2015



Glass House Point is a Florida-based indie-rock band known for frequently unleashing an unprecedented level of mind blowing, face melting tones in a flurry of high octane frequencies that will blow your mind straight out of your body and into a forever undulating euphoria... Yeah, it's that real. 

 The band released it's debut EP, Love Lives in Dark Places, in January of 2016 and has played packed shows alongside national acts at many of Florida's largest and most renowned venues-- Backbooth, The Social, The Polk Theatre, The High Dive, Venue 578, The Orpheum, and The State Theatre just to name a few. 

 Glass House Point's studio experience includes their debut record captured by locally renowned producer and engineer Jonathon Gautier at Sound House Studios as well as the band's live session recording with Studio FSL1.

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