KIDS IN GLASS HOUSES have this week released their new single Undercover Lover (feat. Frankie Sandford) and so front-man Aled took some time with PUNKTASTIC’S Paul Savage to have a chat about the track, the last tour and what the band have been up to since. Aled gushed when asked about the headline run back in May:
I was genuinely moved at some point every night. It felt like a noticeable shift had taken place and like we were taken as a more serious prospect than before. I can’t thank everyone who came to those shows enough. It was the best tour we’ve ever done and one of the fondest band memories I have. Usually a tour has low points and bad shows, but that tour was brilliant, night in and night out. Selling out Rock City, 3 months after supporting lostprophets there, was such a flattering achievement and it bowled me over. It seemed like everyone came there wanting to have a good time and its nice not to have to coax people into letting loose a bit. I’m so stoked that people are into the record and that its translated so well. It comes alive at the shows and takes on a whole new life.
Read the full interview HERE.
Monday June 21st will see the band announce further tour dates. Watch this space for more details…
The single is available digitally at all the usual outlets now, including ITUNES.