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Glorybots ‘Radiate’ : A truncated, surf-rock vigil with the psyche rock appeal, slings vibrance and positivity like it’s forever in style.

'Radiate'

Seattle’s Jalal Andre serves up such delicacies, once again, with ‘Radiate’. The familiar hooks dance like vibes in your mind, with that understated 90’s darkness, just peering enough to make you holler.

A truncated, surf-rock vigil with the psyche rock appeal, slings vibrance and positivity like it’s forever in style.

When it rains it pours. And when Glorybots dance, you shimmy with the smiles to break down even the most cynical of folks.

‘Radiate’ brings that vibe and doesn’t let go.

“‘Radiate’ does what great rock songs do – it puts you in the gravity boots of someone locking eyes on a life-changer for the very first time.”

Indeed.

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