GLO RELEASES NEW EP
The Montreal-based rock-alternative band GLO announces the releases of their new EP "No One Hears Me". The 5 tracks album recorded in Montreal will be release on April 20. Written by GLO and produced by platinum-certified record producer John Nathaniel, “No One Hears Me” is a strong blend of unyielding melodic prowess with catchy, fast-paced anthems, as well as beautiful flowing ballads that redefine the modern rock genre. It is a libidinously sweaty commingling of three extraordinarily talented musicians and is not to be missed.
Comprised of Eddie Mazzola (guitarist / keyboardist & bassist), Patrick Rowan (drummer) and Riccardo "Rick" Cordi (vocalist / rhythm guitars), GLO has had much success in Canada with their previous album called On The Outside. The lead single off that album - "Move Along" - took over the rock charts for four solid months — an accomplishment by any standards, let alone one for a completely autonomous band. Every recording on their previous CD — including the song "Move Along" was tracked, produced and engineered in Mazzola's own studio, but for the final mix the group turned to veteran Los Angeles producer/engineer Paul Lani (Red Hot Chili Peppers & Megadeth).
"GLO's new material should take them into a new stratosphere of international recognition.
These guys are ready for prime time." - Rob Braide ~ Stingray Digital
“GLO is another thing for Canada to be proud of.” – Chad McDonald ~ Rock 102
"I've been listening to your music, "Move Along" and "Muse"....Great stuff..."
- Brad Gillis~Guitarist for Night Ranger, Music & TV Production. 2011 World Tour With JOURNEY, FOREIGNER, NIGHT RANGER
"GLO is absolutely one of the best bands I've heard in years. Their songs are well crafted with unforgettable melodies and lyrics. I can't stop playing their music or sharing it with other professionals in the Film, Television and Music industry."
- Marcia Zwilling, ~ A&R - Taxi Music
April 20 @ Sala Rosa, MONTREAL
May 11 @ The Hideout, TORONTO
*More dates TBA
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Listen to “No One Hears Me”