Blood and Glass was created when singer-songwriter Lisa Moore met Montreal-based musician Morgan Moore who helped her finish what would become her first EP. The pair would go on to perform as a duo before being offered free studio time at Planet Studios where they began the recording of their first album. Robbie Kuster joined before the group started performing all over Quebec, Ontario and Northern United States.

Their self-produced first effort, Museum with no Walls (you can listen below), was released in October 2014 and gathered passionate reviews worldwide before The band hit the road again and toured with artists such as Montreal’s beloved Patrick Watson and Ariane Moffatt. They then went on to headline 20 concerts across Italy and came back home to play to full houses all over Quebec, Canada and the United States.

As Lisa Moore puts it: “The ultimate goal behind each of our recordings is derived from an advice we got from Jean Leloup “Quand c’est le fun, c’est bon… et quand c’est pas le fun, c’est pas bon.”[When it’s fun, it sounds good … when it’s not … well, it simply doesn’t sound good]. And that’s the very spirit that has allowed Blood and Glass to maintain their artistic freedom.

Punk Shadows is due to be released tomorrow on Simone Records.

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