About the song, "Heart of Glass," Streetlight Social's Chris Millar says, "This song may be about your insecurities in a new relationship, or the fear of getting hurt and hurting another, or even the denial experienced when you find out you may not be as strong as you once thought." He adds, "We have our own interpretations for sure, but we encourage our fans to listen and come to their own conclusions - what resonates most with them."
"Heart of Glass" is streaming via SoundCloud.
Finding themselves enjoying the after-party than the shows themselves, the hard-rock dream disbanded and in the following months, collaborative efforts with pals in platinum-selling rock band My Darkest Days set the groundwork for the folk rock act before you, releasing their first self-titled EP in February 2014.
With the success from their EP, the group began working on this full-length just months later. What was once a hobby is now a reason to wake up in the morning, and Streetlight’s first single “Daybreaks” is the embodiment of the drive the band has had to come this far. Here to serve you – Chris Millar, Brandon Ptolemy, Kevin Austin, and Brendan McMillan work together in close quarters to bring you their first full-length record “Blood From Stone” – to be released on May 5. Citing influences from Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan, Jim Croce, Dallas Green, and too many others to list in a reasonable amount of time – Blood From Stone is the culmination of years of hard work, and the years of hard-rock left behind.