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The best kept secret in music


"End of the Innocence"

"Simply put, Glennwood is a very nice little pop band that would do their locality proud if heard elsewhere... It's a late-'90s, end-of-the-innocence, summer pop sound that won't blow your doors off, but just may make you wonder how rock radio could have changed so starkly in just six years or so. Play it at a barbecue once the weather gets warmer, I guarantee you someone asks who it is and where they can get a copy." — Jason Notte, 3/1/05 -

"Gig of the Week"

"Glennwood is a great band musically, with such wonderful '80s influences as The Clash, The Cure, U2 and The Replacements. They have a cool modern rock sound that's as melodic as it is hard and heavy. The rhythm section is inventive, spot-on and will get a crowd groovin' beyond tapping its collective toe." — Bob Makin, 2/7/04 - Courier News

"Power pop emo rock"

"Swim to the Surface" kicks in with some power pop "emo" rock in the vein of My Chemical Romance with "Regression" and "Nothing at All." Following that are four songs that are more mid-tempoed pop rockers. All the songs on this EP are catchy pop tunes done right with good riffs and tight vocals. These are the types of songs you could hear on a pop radio station and go, "Hey, it's one of the few good songs this station plays." — Lazlo, 3/2/05 -


EP released May ’05 - "Swim to the Surface"
Single - "Regression"
Album released 2003 - "Where do we go from here?"
Single - "Reach"


Feeling a bit camera shy


Glennwood is a unique blend of emo and rock, generated by four members with distinctly different musical influences ranging from Sunny Day Real Estate, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Radiohead, Elliott Smith, Hendrix, Zeppelin, Phish and Rush to name a few. Although the influences reflect differently on each band member, the music comes together as one vibrant sound that is fresh and original.
Glennwood has been touring in support of its six-song EP, "Swim to the Surface," released in May 2005.