Ohio-based post-hardcore band Glassworld is premiering the lyric video for “High Tide” today on HM. The song is the first single from their upcoming album, Wrecked, scheduled to hit stores and digital outlets this summer. The album was produced by Jake Bryant at Jake Bryant Productions in Dayton, OH.

Vocalist Beth Durbin spoke with HM about the single:

“‘High Tide’ is the first single off our full-length album, due to come out summer of 2016. It’s a fast-paced, emotional song telling the story of a moment in time when everything fell apart and the only choice was to walk away.”

The video was put together by Black Sheep Productions.

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