glue70 unveils the mega – ‘2070’, a 12-track album project.

After months of anxiously waiting and eagerly anticipating, Manchesters very own glue70, has released his 12-track album, the formidable, summer infused soundtrack – ‘2070’. The Majestic Casual signee has certainly made an impactful re-introduciton of late, having dropped two lots of double single releases in the past two months in the lead up to this huge project. Gently preparing us for what was to come, in June he released the dual single ‘Dark Days’ with ‘Time Goes Slow’ and just last month he shared ‘Days Go On’ with ‘Til You Say’.

Now he brings us ‘2070’, containing six previously released tracks and another 6 completely unheard and ripe for the listening. ‘2070’ is the 4th, yes 4th album from the young producer, singer-songwriter and musician, having released two albums in 2016 and his last, most recent – ‘Light floor’ in 2017.

Featuring the capable, relaxed, conscious bars from Kin Kai in a couple of the tracks, glue70 also teams up with Katie Miller for the single ‘Observe’, detailing a quirky blend of exquisite vocals. Our personal favourites are ‘Eden’ and ‘Roll The Dice’ to name just two. With flawless production throughout and that all encompassing, hard to put into words sound that is so characteristically “gluestep”, this album is the perfect addition to any summer day/eve to pop on in the background and simply vibe out to.



“This project is an exploration of my thoughts, dreams and ideas. Both introspective and extroverted, 2070 bounces back and forth through different mind states, like walking through the many different rooms in my brain hotel. Enjoy your stay!” – glue70


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