Almost July's new single "Alone" leans into the good, bad, and honest aspects of getting to know yourself and your loved ones in this stay-at-home era.
Almost July is the creation of Skip Glogan who writes, produces and arranges all of their ambient, alt-pop songs, joined by Derek Broomhead on drums and drum pads.
The duo have been avoiding total insanity by collaborating over zoom and live streaming from Skip's home studio. The result is their new single, "Alone."
"Alone" features Skip Glogan on vocals, synths, guitar, production and Derek Broomhead on drums. Mike Mangini mixed and mastered the song.
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"Skip’s dreamy voice infuses the lyrics with reverie-like coloration, narrating the thrill of being alone with his lover, a singular high induced by feelings of desire enveloping him in a bliss-like trance." - Randy Radic, celebmix.com
“It’s more than affection / I can’t recover / I don’t think I’ll be okay / This affliction that you gave / I’m addicted like a dream / Like we’re back to seventeen / Yeah, I like the way it feels when we’re alone … The way you look is like a dream / Like we’re back to seventeen / Yeah, I like the way it feels when we’re alone.” - Lyrics to "alone", by Almost July
About Almost July
New York-based band Almost July is the creation of Skip Glogan, who writes, produces and arranges all of their ambient, alt-pop songs. Their pre-pandemic live show had Skip playing keys and fronting the band with a combination of live instruments, samples, and electronics created and looped on the fly.
The duo is completed by New York mainstay Derek Broomhead on drums and drum pads. Almost July made their mark at iconic NYC venues Rockwood Music Hall and Mercury Lounge before sitting at home alone making music for locked down listeners.