On the eve of the release of their sophomore album, Happyness have shared new track “Bigger Glass Half Full”. They are releasing their new album “Write In” on April 7th via Bar/None.
Part-recorded at the band’s own Jelly Boy Studios, then finished with Adam Lasus in LA, Happyness shared some thoughts on Bigger Glass Half Full: "Bigger Glass started with an oblique strategy that we learnt from Terry Gilliam: apparently he made "Brazil" without ever reading 1984. We were trying to sound like a Pierre Cavalli song we'd heard once a very long time ago. It couldn't sound less similar if we'd tried... We added the acoustics when we were in LA mixing with Adam Lasus - as of now the only thing we've ever recorded outside the UK."