Glassetonbury, Vol. 7 has come and gone, and after starting with 32 songs from artists around the world, we’re down to our final two contestants. They’ve won four straight matchups to get here, but only one can earn a featured interview on our front page, a live stream/fan Q&A on our Instagram Live, the title of Glassetonbury Champion, and more.
Let’s take a look at our bracket one more time:
The matchup below will feature links to the songs, a brief description of each song and artist, and a poll for you to cast your vote. Polls will close on Saturday, June 19th at 1:00 p.m. CST, and voting is limited to one vote per 24 hours. To prevent botting, we equip all of our polls with CAPTCHA protection.
Campaign for your favorite on social media and in the comments below!
“Midwest Dreams” – Distressed Damsels
defeated “End of the Waltz” by Yara Liz in the Round of 32
defeated “You Took It All” by REINDIER in the Sweet Sixteen
defeated “True Lies” by Sunniva and Austin Litz in the Elite Eight
defeated “Staying Quiet” by Day Felice in the Final Four
Lincoln, Nebraska’s Distressed Damsels bring a raw, in-your-face style of rock to the table with “Midwest Dreams.” The track features screaming guitars, angsty vocals, and a vibrant energy that feels perfect for a summertime carpool karaoke session on a long road trip.
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“Heliocentric” – Martyr For Madison
defeated “If Only You Knew” by Fabian Rasti in the Round of 32
defeated “I Wonder” by Tom Joseph in the Sweet Sixteen
defeated “The Enemy” by Lobby Language in the Elite Eight
defeated “Expectations” by Joel Ansett in the Final Four
Fans of Yellowcard and Taking Back Sunday would thoroughly enjoy “Heliocentric,” a slice of mid-2000s-esque emo/rock from Grand Rapids, MI outfit Martyr For Madison. The memorable guitar riffs, pumping rhythm section, and soaring vocals all feel destined for a spot on a past VANS Warped Tour lineup.
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