The Glass Age EP

Abandon Kansas Rebrands as Glass Age, Announces New EP

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Abandon Kansas has been around the block a time or two, but they really seemed to reach a new high on Alligator a few years back. And while frontman Jeremy Spring has had a host of other projects he’s been working on, the band itself has been largely silent (well, apart from their cover band alter ego, A Band in Kansas).

The band has broken their silence by rebranding to Glass Age. It’s the same Facebook page as before thankfully, so if you’re already following them, you’ll likely see ads promoting the change.

This rebrand shows a further development for the sound of the group, straying further from some of their earlier pop roots for a grungier, more intense flavor of indie rock. You can check out the first single below. Pre-orders are available on Bandcamp and other digital outlets.

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November 7, 2019 12:13 am

Haven’t listened since We’re All Going Somewhere, but I like the new name, and I like the sound, though the production sounds a little odd on it, can’t quite place why

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