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GLOW IN THE SUN / Press

"Bands worth paying to see in San Antonio" Feature for "Bands Worth Paying to Watch in San Antonio" "Why pay to see us? Mainly to help the economy, Bartenders and artist are usually poor, also because we sold our souls for rock and roll and we really want tj=his thing to work out"

“The album plumbs the soulful, poppy, and gritty sides of 1970s’ musical golden age, with some added millennial attitude. On “Blue Blood,” Shimek sings of a recession-era romance destroyed by class distinction. “Model 363,” a psychedelic and shameless the-party-don’t-start-’til-I-walk-in anthem, reveals that Shimek spent his teenhood listening to hip-hop. See link for more:”