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prepare to go ‘Behind the Scenes’ as we dive into the process that went behind Glitches latest single RGB. Tackling choreography for the first time we get to see how James, Robbie and Michael stepped up to the task and faced some problematic manoeuvres…particularly James which went on to form the new video.

In all fairness it looks pretty tricky and along with their hard work, sweat and near breakages you can see plenty of humour from the electro three piece. Crafting synth lines and beats that could easily displace a ligament to the lesser experienced when it comes to this kind of big, organic, soaring use of pop that infects the body through fluid rhythmic movements we take our hat off to them.

Glitches appeared as our band of the month back in October and are headline the first of a series of shows at Birthdays in Dalston taking place on Thursday 30th January. Tickets are on sale now, pick up yours here.

Stand by for more announcements soon.