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Glass Cabin 2 is Glass Cabin’s album is Out Now

Good Day Noir Family,
Glass Cabin’s new album, “Glass Cabin 2,” shows the enduring power of real, organic music in an age where technology often dominates the music production landscape.

Glass Cabin 2 is Glass Cabin’s album is Out Now

With each note, this duo breathes life into the wood of their instruments, creating a sound that is both nostalgic and refreshingly authentic.

In a world where beats and computers often take center stage, “Glass Cabin 2” takes us back to the essence of genuine music.

It’s a return to the roots, where the strings of instruments resonate in harmony with vocal chords and the unbridled passion of this talented duo.

The album is a masterclass in intensity and flawless recording. Every note is thoughtfully crafted, and the production quality is evident in each track.

The lyrics delve into deep and introspective territory, conveying a sense of raw and profound emotion. These songs are mature, carrying an authenticity and directness that resonates deeply with the listener.

Listening to “Glass Cabin 2” is like taking a journey across the vast American expanses, your mind soaring freely over the landscapes.

The music transports you to a place of liberation and wide-open spaces, evoking a sense of freedom that is both uplifting and liberating.

Glass Cabin 2 is Glass Cabin’s album is Out Now!

Authentic Passion!

Glass Cabin 2 is Glass Cabin’s album is Out Now

Based in Nashville, TN, alt-country band, Glass Cabin, was formed by singer-songwriter Jess Brown and studio musician David Flint. After a decade of co-producing other artists, the two decided to produce their own project, the self-titled album, “Glass Cabin,” released October 2021. Their sophomore album, “Glass Cabin 2,” recorded at FlintLand Studio, in the rural outskirts of Nashville, drops October 20th, 2023, and will include their “eclectic fusion of rock, country, folk and Americana creating a stylistic album that is 100 percent their own.” Their music has been licensed on NBC, CBS, ABC, Netflix, Hulu and Hallmark.

As a writer for Almo-Irving/Universal and EMI, Brown worked primarily in country and Americana, writing hits for Lee Ann Womack (Little Past Little Rock), Trisha Yearwood (I Need You), John Michael Montgomery (Rope The Moon, Cover You In Kisses), Tracy Lawrence (The Coast Is Clear), Sara Evans (I Learned That From You) and “Break Down Here” for Julie Roberts and Trace Adkins, which the New York Times called “an instant classic.” With 25 gold and platinum certifications, inclusion in the Top 100 Road Songs and Grammy and CMA nominated albums, his songs appear on more than 25 million cds.

Hailing from upstate New York, multi-instrumentalist David Flint was a founding member and lead guitarist with country rock group, Billy Montana and the Longshots, which led to the band being signed to a recording artist deal at Warner Brothers Records with the legendary Martha Sharp, Warner’s VP at the time. After the band folded, Flint made the move to Nashville and began touring with numerous groups, most notably the hit country rock band Highway 101, touring with them for the next decade before turning his attention to producing artists and Nashville session work.

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