a-cute-little-cup-of-cyanide:

not one for emotional posts but here I go. Last night one of my favourite bands played their last show in Glasgow. I have religiously attended everyone of there shows in Glasgow (and one in London) since 2010. They actually mean the world to me. Kids In Glass Houses are one of the only bands I can listen to and go from being really upset to absolutely loving life. I was first introduced to this band in 2009 by my friend Kenzie and this band have brought us closer together. I’ve seen KIGH 13 times now. Been to multiple CD signings and its just so hard to say goodbye to a band I listened to almost everyday growing up. Last night 16.10.14 I was able to sing one of my favourite songs on stage with them (even though I can’t actually sing) I got on stage and I could hardly mutter a couple of words without breaking down in tears. Having the my friends that I have met through going to shows and through social media sites on the barrier cheering my name made me realise how much of and impact this band have had on my life. Although they were only in my life for a short 5 years I wish them all the best for the future. I am going down to Cardiff at the end of the month for their last show ever and I am no where near for it. I guess things like this happen and band eventually need to go separate ways, it just upsets me that KIGH didn’t ever get the support they truly deserved and I don’t think I have ever loved a band as much as I have. I owe this band a lot and I just never want to say good night. THE END IS KIGH

i completely agree. i am so glad they came to australia so i could see them two last times. I MISS THEM 

a-cute-little-cup-of-cyanide:

not one for emotional posts but here I go. Last night one of my favourite bands played their last show in Glasgow. I have religiously attended everyone of there shows in Glasgow (and one in London) since 2010. They actually mean the world to me. Kids In Glass Houses are one of the only bands I can listen to and go from being really upset to absolutely loving life. I was first introduced to this band in 2009 by my friend Kenzie and this band have brought us closer together. I’ve seen KIGH 13 times now. Been to multiple CD signings and its just so hard to say goodbye to a band I listened to almost everyday growing up. Last night 16.10.14 I was able to sing one of my favourite songs on stage with them (even though I can’t actually sing) I got on stage and I could hardly mutter a couple of words without breaking down in tears. Having the my friends that I have met through going to shows and through social media sites on the barrier cheering my name made me realise how much of and impact this band have had on my life. Although they were only in my life for a short 5 years I wish them all the best for the future. I am going down to Cardiff at the end of the month for their last show ever and I am no where near for it. I guess things like this happen and band eventually need to go separate ways, it just upsets me that KIGH didn’t ever get the support they truly deserved and I don’t think I have ever loved a band as much as I have. I owe this band a lot and I just never want to say good night. THE END IS KIGH

i completely agree. i am so glad they came to australia so i could see them two last times. I MISS THEM 

ymcgay:

Kids In Glass Houses- Matters At All

 final song in glasgow on their farewell tour