After a 3 year wait since their much-hyped, self-titled debut album, Glasvegas are back with a new record EUPHORIC /// HEARTBREAK \\\. Frontman James Allan admits they did feel the second album fear:
"I think if there's any pressure, then it's one that isn't a shallow pressure," he told 6 Music. "It's one that is in the right place."
The band have a new line-up after drummer Caroline McKay quit the band for personal reasons. They've also enlisted a new producer, Flood to give their new record a more anthemic, synth-heavy sound.
"When I first met him, I felt like everything was going to be great," Allan said.
BBC Radio 6 Music's Jo Youle has more.
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