[News] This Is The Glasshouse published the track “Blue (Come Down)” taken from the new album

Canadian Art Rock, Progressive Pop project This Is The Glasshouse published the track “Blue (Come Down)” taken from the new album “As Small As Ants” out on July 09, 2023. Stream the track through the YouTube player below:

As Small As Ants” is a collection of songs created over the course of 2020, 2021, and 2022. Partially produced simultaneously with my last record “Something Underwater,” it shows the more acoustic and conventionally structured side of what I was working on at the time, while pulling lyrically from more of my own feelings and experiences. If “Something Underwater” was built on increasing complexity and warp, this album is the opposite, focusing on more simplistic production and sonic elements while building only in texture.

Up until now, music for me has been a nearly exclusively independent process. With this project, much of the writing and recording was done with friends who I met in my freshman year at the University of Victoria. They all came and sat in my dorm room or a tiny practice room and donated their own time to help me fully realize half of the songs on this project when April exams were looming just around the corner. Most of them had never been recorded alone in their lives, I am and will always be thankful of the jump they made for me. When so many people are contributing to a song in this way, the degree to which I can say it was written by me diminishes. I owe much of this result to them.

All songs were created at the University of Victoria, British Columbia and in the Hamlet of Mount Lorne, Yukon.

Purchase the album on Bandcamp: https://thisistheglasshouse.bandcamp.com/album/as-small-as-ants


  1. I Was An Ocean, I Was A River (6:06)
  2. October (2:30)
  3. She Rained Down (3:28)
  4. Wolf And Shark (3:26)
  5. Pink (Naked) (4:07)
  6. Throw Me In The River (2:45)
  7. The Lake (1:58)
  8. Life Floats Away (1:43)
  9. Purple (Half Of Myself) (2:55)
  10. The Pine Needles Covered The Sand, Which Laid Atop The Embankment Of The Ditch (2:48)
  11. Winter Has Arrived (3:26)
  12. As Small As Ants (1:43)
  13. Annie (9:25)
  14. Video 14. Blue (Come Down) (6:11)


Ezekiel Dukart – Vox (1,2,3,4,5,6,8,9,11,12,13,14), Guitar (3,4,5,6,13,14), Piano (2,3,7,8,10,12,13), Bass Guitar (2,3,6,8,14), Drumkit (2,3,4,5,6,8,9,10,11,14), Additional Percussion (all tracks), Vibraphone (2,6,11,13,14), Harpsichord (2,5,11), Xylophone (5,6,11,13), Glockenspiel (6,10,11,12,13,14), Sampling (4,5,13), Toy Piano (2,3,5,6), Synthesizer (1,4,5,6,7,8,9,10), Programming (4,5,8,12), Melodica (2,6,9,11), Reed Organ (3,6,9), Timpani (11,14), Kalimba (8), Chimes (11,13), Ukulele (8), Wurlitzer (11,13), Washboard (3)
Kian Dunn
– Alto Sax (1,2,6,11,13)
Jayda Thor – Cello (2,11,14)
Alan Osmundson – Trumpet (3,10)
Artemis Gallegos – Bass (11,13)
Justin Graham – Drumkit (1,11,13)
Rhye Politylo – Baritone Sax (1,2,4,11,13,14)
Max Blechman – Tenor Sax (8)
Taren Garber – Tenor Sax (4,11)
Noah Ord – Violin (1,2,4,11,13)
Robyn Hendry – Trumpet (1,2,4,13)
Alessio Iso – Accordion (12)
Nolan Wood – Tenor Sax (1,2,13)
Robin Savonet – Euphonium (8)
JJ Payne – Baritone Horn (1,2,11)
Aisling Dunn – Flute (11)
Aeden Parenteau – Guitar (1), Composition (1)
Selena Savage – Trombone (2,3,6,10,13), Vox (1,2,4,6)
Isaac Boensch – Harpsichord (4)
Robin Savonet – Euphonium (8)
Eli Lyons – Bassoon (1,2,11,13)
Remi Lataste – Alto Sax (11)
Bennett Pick – Piano (6), Composition (1)
Rae Benson – Bass Clarinet (1,2,11,13)
Eneko Rodríguez – Violin (11)
Rosie Drown – Alto Sax (1,2,3), Tenor Sax (3), Flute (2,3,13), Clarinet (3,11)
Justine Fietz – Tenor Sax (2)
Sylvia Zmucki – Alto Sax (12)
Shukri Sahari – Flute (8)
Daniel Rowland – Oboe (3)
Tannen Falkenberg – Composition (11)
Ethan, Nikki, Stella, Tamsen, Bennett – Backing Vox (4)
Justin, Luna, Shifala, Jake – Backing Vox (1)

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Author: Jacopo Vigezzi

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