Glove is at the forefront of cutting-edge new aged nostalgia. Funneling the feeling of a seedy nightclub into a well-polished package, the pure magnetism and style of the group won them early attention from some of music’s biggest tastemakers across the streaming, media and live music planes. Continuing that momentum with each subsequent release, Glove is penning the soundtrack to dystopian rapture.
Formed in Tampa, FL, and made up of Rod Wendt, Brie Deux and Justin Burns, Glove are a fluid unit wherein there is not a singular front person. This aligns with the band’s creative ethos in opposition to being categorized as one fixed configuration, but rather, amorphous, generating intrigue, suspense, and excitement among fans. Glove’s live performances are something like a mosh pit mixed with Studio 54, gracing the stages of Lollapalooza, Shaky Knees and ACL, and on the road with Jack White, Spoon, Foals and many others.
In 2022, the band released their debut album Boom Nights. Produced by Cage The Elephant’s Brad
Shultz, the album went on to receive praise from Rolling Stone, office Magazine, NME, DIY and
Document Journal. Following the album’s release, the band was called out to the road in support of Nation of Language, A Place To Bury Strangers, Jack White, Spoon and Foals, further cementing them as your favorite band’s favorite new band. Moving into the rest of this year, Glove has an arsenal of new content ready to launch into the airwaves.