Singer-songwriter Seth Glier has kicked off the New Year with a bang: By dropping his sensational third album, “Things I Should Let You Know.”
The album, from New York-based label MPress Records, offers a revealing glimpse of Glier’s narrative on navigating the challenges of adulthood (and life) through the lens of the everyday person.
Through riveting tracks such as “Man I Used to Be,” Glier, 24, touches his listeners with engaging music and soul-searching lyrics.
“There are a lot of people who write songs that other people want to hear; I’m always trying to write a song that needs to be sung,” says the dreamy blue-eyed Grammy nominee.
In addition to his music, Glier is a national spokesperson for the nonprofit organization, Autism Speaks. Seth is currently in the midst of a 33-city tour, which he’s using as a forum to raise awareness of autism.
“My older brother, Jamie, is autistic,” says Seth. “He’s 27 years old and non-verbal, so I have been exposed to autism and its effects on a family my whole life.
“I want this tour to help spread awareness about autism, to raise the funds that help organizations like Autism Speaks, to make life an easier place for those living with autism, and above all, to celebrate and promote inclusion and equality for autistic individuals and their families.”
Glier will perform at Rockwood Music Hall on Feb. 2 on the New York City leg of his tour. For more information, check out his website. Glier’s abum, “Things I Should Let You Know,” is available at MPress Records.