We All Feel The Same

Player of football, but more importantly a player of the acoustic guitar, Glenn Smyth releases his new EP last month. Smyth has been playing and writing music since the age of 13. He was also part of  two Birmingham bands: Escobar and Evil Alien, both bands developed a large following.

Universal Publishing Production Music (UPPM), one of the world’s leading production music company, has teamed up with  Smyth to release a three track EP, entitled ‘We All Feel The Same.” Smyth’s  EP is upbeat, possesses some classic moments of rock and of course swagger in the right places. If acoustic chords layered with different sounds and textures is what you like to hear, then Smyth’s EP will be right up your street. There’s rumour of a full album coming out in October/November later this year.  Looking forward to hearing more, we will keep you posted!

 

@GlennNoelSmyth

‘We All Feel The Same’. Glenn’s EP is now available on UPPM for licensing, iTunes, Spotify and Apple Music

Universal Publishing Production Music (UPPM)

 

 

About The Author

Cait Biller

Social Media Correspondent has always followed an artistic path, from her choice of graphic design at university, to working in print design, photography, illustration and abstract painting. She is inclined to see fashion as an art form in motion, as a visual conversation, which allows people to express themselves. She love’s how diverse and dynamic the industry has become, and as an ever- changing reflection from the differing desires and opinions of each individual. With a keen eye for detail, Cait likes to call herself a creative observer. In her spare time she regularly likes to visit museums and watch live music. The ideal night out is an evening at a jazz bar, with the ultimate goal to travel the world, reporting on social media for the magazine. Follow Cait as she reports on the fashion events around the world.

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