The Glitch Mob Break Ground With 3-Track “Chemicals” EP

Serving as The Glitch Mob’s first solo EP since 2015’s ‘Piece of the Indestructible’, Chemicals takes the listener on a nine-and-a-half-minute rollercoaster of sound. The L.A.-based trio has returned to the release radar with Chemicals, an inspired 3-track EP ahead of the 10th anniversary of their groundbreaking 2010 debut album, Drink the Sea.

Despite the recent postponement of their 36-date North American tour, Ed Ma (edIT), Josh Mayer (ooah), and Justin Boreta are gifting their dedicated fanbase with new music, rife with sonically enriching analog lines and inspired vocal cuts. The Chemicals EP is out now across all platforms via Glass Air Records.

“We hope everyone is staying healthy and centered in this current situation. With the release of this new EP, we have been thinking about how music is medicine and is more important than ever right now. We are going to continue creating and releasing music with the intention to connect us all and to bring some levity to your day.”  – The Glitch Mob


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