Kids In Glass Houses are celebrating 15 years of their breakout album ‘Smart Casual’ with a special resissue.
Set for release on October 13, it will be available on limited clear vinyl and coloured cassette on the band’s official store. The album has been remixed by Romesh Dodangoda (Bring Me The Horizon, Funeral For a Friend, Motorhead), a long time collaborator and friend of the band.
On the album reissue, vocalist Aled Phillips said “Writing, recording and touring ‘Smart Casual’ was our John Hughes coming-of-age era and it’s hard to believe it’s been 15 years. Getting back together with the boys in a room and celebrating those songs that carry so much meaning for us has been such a privilege and it’s been so humbling reading and speaking to people who have an affinity to those songs.
We’ve wanted to give the album a wider vinyl release for a long while and to have our very talented friend Romesh remix and remaster the album to celebrate 15 years has been an incredible bonus. I genuinely believe it sounds better than ever and I’m excited for everyone to hear a fresh perspective on it that enhances it.”
Kids In Glass Houses will return to the live stage with performances at Slam Dunk Festival in Hatfield and Leeds this weekend (May 27-28).