Next week, Glower will be releasing their full-length album The Circle Binds, but today HM is proud to premiere the first single from the album, “Find Heaven.” The band, made up of Josh Silbernagel and Sean Murray, hails from North Dakota and create a blend of alternative rock mixed with straight rock and roll.

We spoke with Silbernagel (formerly of Hands fame) about the new track:

“‘Find Heaven’ is one of my favorite tracks on the new album. Lyrically, it is all about pushing forward and striving to live life to the fullest. Musically, it’s a hybrid of ’70s classic rock and ’90s alternative, kind of a Led Zeppelin meets Third Eye Blind vibe. We’re just doing our best to bring the rock and roll.”

If you dig it, you can find the band on Twitter or preorder the album. Enjoy your Monday!

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