My Glass World, which is essentially Jamie Telford, have released a new album, A Handbook Of Roses. The first video from the album, I’m Not In Love With America, can be seen below. The band spoke with The Fountain about the new LP as well as their favourite music venues.

TF: You have a new album out, what has the reception been like to A Handbook of Roses?

Extremely positive. The songs go down well. People are interested in the lyrical side of the material and the musicians on the album. Sean Read and Stephen “Stuffy” Gilchrist and Jon Kensington have played with a lot of people over the years, and Peter Salem writes music for Scottish Ballet amongst others.

TF: How would you sum it up in one sentence? 

Strong songs, eclectically put together and played by a great band who enjoy each others company.

TF: Where is your favourite venue for playing live, where is the next place you look most forward to gigging? 

My favourite venue probably changes a lot…I’d like to play bigger halls in Scotland. I enjoyed playing the Union Chapel Islington – great atmosphere.

TF: What’s next on the cards for My Glass World, it’s always great to hear what you are up to? 

Well we’ve recorded another album in Lockdown and are now trying to find ways to release tracks without the current possibility of gigging and the normal promotion routes.

Also trying to work out how gigging in Europe will work subsequent to this crap with Boris and Brexit.