Stream The Glands’ Entire 36-Song Comeback Show via Southern Shelter

Beloved local rock and roll institution The Glands returned to the stage Saturday after a two-year hiatus (which was preceded by a one-year hiatus, which was preceded by a seven-year hiatus…), and they played. Boy, did they play. Thirty-six songs, in fact. 

The setlist, which spanned the band’s career and teased unreleased material from a long-awaited third record, which frontman Ross Shapiro confirmed to Flagpole will be out within the year, is now streamable via Southern Shelter. Check it out below.

If you missed Saturday’s sold-out show, don’t worry: The Glands will perform Saturday, Nov. 8 on College Square as part of UGA Spotlight on the Arts and Slingshot’s free, co-presented outdoor show


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