The electropop trio of vocalist Jayna Doyle, keyboardist Blake Arambula, and guitarist Patrick Beardsley have been steadily winning over audiences across the country since day one. With 10+ tours under their belt, multiple appearances at festivals like SXSW, Warped Tour and Florida Music Festival, as well as a recently recorded Daytrotter session, the band has just debuted "Matches," the first single from their highly anticipated sophomore EP.

With the kinetic "Matches," Glass Mansions returned to the studio with Zack Odom and Kenneth Mount (Mayday Parade, All Time Low, Cartel) who helmed the band's first release, GOSSIP, and have combined the band's signature pop flourishes with the darker, guitar-driven feel of the song -- all while harnessing the energy the band's live shows have come to be known for.

Of "Matches," Texas Blog The Music Enthusiast says it's "An invigorating one to listen to — and one would assume it’s a highlight at shows — this number feels like the beginning of a brand new band, one that’s extremely cohesive and hungry to try to make a splash on the national stage."

That hunger is part of the DIY-spirit the band embraces, serving as their own management, booking agents, music video directors, late night PR Agents, and the most excited merch people you'll see. In a world where record labels are taking less and less chances on acts, Glass Mansions is proving their worth, one sweaty fog and confetti-filled show at a time.

Strange her is an indie/alt rock band from coastal Alabama. Their sound stems from a deep rooted love for emo/hardcore/indie progressions of the 90s, while growing up being saturated by the musical remnants of 60s and 70s classic rock bands.

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Mobile, AL based band.
Madison Bolt- Singer/Songwriter
Michael Beatty- Guitar
Jacob Cox- Bass
Matt Howell- Guitar
Trey Nobles- Drums



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