News: Glitterer Release New Music from Upcoming Album ‘Rationale’

The DC-naturalized combo Glitterer (formerly known as Ned Russin from Title Fight’s solo project, now a four-piece full band), are starting to fire some hype up about their upcoming release via Anti- Records kicking out a new song called Just a Place.

The song deals with moving and all the emotional baggage that comes with it. Ned’s down-to-earth vocals are really filling the song with that amount of uncertainty, home nostalgia, and will to go forth-familiar emotions for anyone who has been through a move. The band also do a good job creating the right atmosphere to make it easy for the listeners to find themselves in the narration and releases some of the stress that comes with this type of situation. Overall, they hammer home that what you are leaving is Just a Place.

Glitterer will be releasing the new record Rationale on February 23, 2024.

The track details the nomadic lifestyle that lead singer and songwriter Ned Russin has led throughout his 20s:

“When I started Glitterer, I tried to act like place wasn’t important to me anymore,” explains the Kingston, Pennsylvania native. “I had been living in New York for a few years when I started the band. Since then, I’ve moved again, and the band has taken on a DC identity. I love PA, specifically Kingston, and it’s obviously an integral part of my understanding of myself. This song, whose title was almost ‘William Penn Overture,’ tries to hold onto home after it’s too late, and it’s for Rulio the Groundskeeper.”

The band will also be heading out on tour next year:


2/9 – Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade $
2/10 – Orlando, FL @ The Beacham $
2/12 – Houston, TX @ White Oak Music Hall $
2/13 – Dallas, TX @ Granada Theater $
2/14 – Austin, TX @ Mohawk Austin $
2/17 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Belasco Theater $
2/18 – San Diego, CA @ The Observatory North Park $
2/20 – Santa Ana, CA @ The Observatory $
2/21 – San Francisco, CA @ August Hall $
2/23 – Seattle, WA @ The Crocodile $
2/27 – Salt Lake City, UT @ The Complex $2/28 – Denver, CO @ Summit Music Hall $

3/1 – Iowa City, IA @ Gabe’s %
3/2 – Minneapolis, MN @ Cloudland Theater %
3/3 – Chicago, IL @ Beat Kitchen %
3/4 – Detroit, MI @ Lager House %
3/5 – Toronto, ON @ Velvet Underground %
3/6 – Montreal, QC @ Sotterenea %
3/7 – Somerville, MA @ Crystal Ballroom %
3/8 – Brooklyn, NY @ Meadows %
3/30 – Washington DC @ Songbyrd

$ – w/ The Hotelier & Foxing
% – with Glixen

Follow the band here. 

Picture courtesy of Kevin Wilson

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