Rio Glacier Prepares For Second 2019 Release

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Love Is Home Out November 22, 2019


St. Gallen, Switzerland – October 29, 2019 – Rio Glacier spent much of his 2019 working and releasing new music. With his first EP, Out of Tune, out in August he’s already got another on the way with November’s Love is Home.

Influenced by the melodies of Counting Crows and the escapism of Pink Floyd, Rio Glacier was able to pour his heart out lyrically on not one, but two EPs this year. The first being Out of Tune. Released back in August, Out of Tune features wonderfully constructed indie folk with hints of the blues and some rock sewn into the fabric. With more to say, he didn’t stray far from his signature sound when it came time to record Love is Home. Due out November 22, 2019.

Currently, Rio Glacier is working on the vinyl master for his 2019 releases that will feature Out of Tune on Side A, and Love is Home on Side B. One can expect that to drop in early 2020. Unsigned but determined, Rio Glacier is a one-man show from start to finish as he wears a myriad of hats when it comes to his music and it shows in the execution. 

From the songs like “Drive” that capture you in an instant with endearing arrangements to the ones such as “The Evening is a Robber” that showcase how simplistic yet evoking his storytelling comes across, each track is a journey and Glacier is the guide. With each listen one learns to appreciate the charm of his melodies and how they intertwine with the way he takes common words and creates stimulating tales each and every time.

Those interested in adding new indie-folk to their playlists, reviewing Love is Home, or interviewing Rio Glacier about all he has going on right now and to come, can reach out via the information provided below.                              

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Rio Glacier filled 2019 with not one but two releases; August’s Out of Tune and November’s upcoming Love is Home.

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