Inglorious are thrilled to announce the brand new video “Glory Days”.
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About “Glory Days” frontman Nathan James says: “This song is so special to me and on our recent tour I loved singing it every night. I wrote the lyrics in about 10 minutes and knew it was the most honest I had been as a songwriter. It’s about the end of my last relationship and the fact that sometimes you know someone is right for you and you believe they are your soul mate…but for whatever reason it just cannot be. The guys in the band recorded the song in about 4 takes and it was lovely to see them all in a line, sat down playing acoustics through the studio glass. The vocal was hard to record and it was just myself, the engineer and our record label A and R rep. On the 3rd and final take I broke down towards the end and was in floods of tears, and despite the shakiness in my voice we felt it had to be kept in. This video was recorded at The Social in London. Where the relationship in question came to and end. It was very hard for me to record the video but I really wanted to do it. “Ride to Nowhere” is out now and this song and album are what I am most proud of so far as a songwriter. I have never let myself be this vulnerable before and I hope you enjoy it.”
“Glory Days” is the band’s third video taken from the critically acclaimed third studio album “Ride to Nowhere”, released earlier this year and peaking at number 57 in the UK national album charts. “Ride To Nowhere” is a much darker, more reflective album than their previous releases, the new songs further hone the Inglorious sound – the pulsating rhythms, driving guitars and infectious vocal melodies.
After welcoming three experienced musicians to the band: Danny Dela Cruz, Dan Stevens and Vinnie Colla, Inglorious brought “Ride To Nowhere” and the new line-up on the road in January and February 2019. The extremely successful UK headline tour, which included iconic London Shepherd’s Bush Empire, confirmed once Inglorious as one of the most exciting and vital British rock acts to emerge in years.
“Ride To Nowhere” is now available through all fine retailers in the UK, specifically including HMV, which was in administration when the album was originally released.