GLO Announces Release of Their New EP ‘No One Hears Me’
Montreal-based alternative band GLO announces the release of their new EP, titled “No One Hears Me”. The 5-track album was recorded in Montreal and is set for release on April 20.
Written by GLO and produced by platinum-certified record producer John Nathaniel , “No One Hears Me” is a strong blend of unyielding melodic prowess with catchy, fast-paced anthems, as well as beautiful flowing ballads that redefine the modern rock genre. It is a libidinously sweaty commingling of three extraordinarily talented musicians. With a judging panel that included The Cure, Tori Amos, Massive Attack, Keane, and Ozzy, and with over 16,000 entries, GLO’s new song “Into My Arms” was selected as a semi-finalist in the prestigious International Songwriting Competition (ISC).
Comprised of Eddie Mazzola (guitarist / keyboardist & bassist), Patrick Rowan (drummer) and Riccardo “Rick” Cordi (vocalist / rhythm guitars), GLO has had much success in Canada with their previous album called ” On The Outside”, released in 2010. The lead single off that album – “Move Along” took over the rock charts for four solid months an accomplishment by any standards, let alone one for a completely autonomous band. Every recording on their previous CD including the song “Move Along” was tracked, produced and engineered in Mazzola’s own studio, but for the final mix the group turned to veteran Los Angeles producer/engineer Paul Lani (Red Hot Chili Peppers & Megadeth).