Glass Hands is the striking result of a 3-year evolutionary journey that scorched the definition of the metalcore genre.

This band is creating a buzz with their technical guitar prowess infusing ambient and melodic harmonies topped with powerful lyrics. High energy live performances and undeniable chemistry is guaranteed with this five-piece group.

Delivering one hard-hitting anthem after another and driven by powerful guitars, aggressive drum beats, and poignant vocals, this outfit has released an EP entitled Exit Letters in 2016, and a full-length album entitled Dive in 2018. Glass Hands accumulated 20,000 consistent monthly listeners on Spotify after the release of their single ‘Reason to Stay’ in early 2019 and crossed 600k cumulative streams across platforms.

Glass Hands is based out of Indianapolis, Indiana, but is touring regularly in and out of the midwest. So far, they have played shows in almost every state in the midwest and northeast, as well as Texas surrounding SXSW in 2017. Glass Hands was also featured on Alternative Press after ‘Reason to Stay’ was released.

You can expect diversity and influence from multiple genres in their music, which keeps their loyal listeners interested year over year. They believe that metalcore shouldn’t be as limiting as some artists let it be. You can find traces of rock, pop, punk rock, and death metal throughout their discography. 

Without a doubt, Glass Hands is stretching their limits of technicality while expressing their love for simplicity. There is no way to keep them locked down as they expand their sound with every release.

Since the release of “Reason to Stay” and “Bouquet” in 2019, Glass Hands has been featured twice on Alternative Press, once on Loudwire, and several Spotify playlists with up to 40,000 listeners. Now moving into the fall season of 2019, Glass Hands is keeping busy with touring and writing new material.

Glass Hands is now gearing up for their October tour with RVNT. Check the dates here on the home page.




Adam Anderson



Spencer Tillman

Bass & Vocals


Nate Pearson



Jon Iosue



Jack Rainbolt






June 2018

  • 245K streams on Spotify

  • 113K streams on Apple Music

  • 31K streams on YouTube

Exit Letters

August 2016

  • 104K streams on Spotify

  • 61K streams on Apple Music

  • 41K streams on YouTube


Glass Hands has also released two singles in 2019. The first one entitled “Reason to Stay” on March 1st, and also “Bouquet” on July 19th.

2019 singles - Spotify Stats

  • Reached 20K monthly listeners after the release of “Reason to Stay”

  • Reached 20K streams on “Bouquet” after only one week

  • Consistently maintaining 14K monthly listeners on Spotify

  • Hundreds of listeners in various countries outside the US including Germany, Canada, and the UK

  • Major cities in the US (by number of Spotify listeners) include Indianapolis, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Cleveland, and New York City


Updated September 2019

Music Videos




28K views on YouTube

Waiting room


14K views on YouTube


Features & Articles

Bouquet - Single

  • Featured on Alternative Press, Loudwire, Skope Mag, Soundfiction, High Road Blog, Uncivil Revolt, White Gate Media, Top 40 Charts, Insane Blog, Volatile Weekly

  • Featured on AltPress’s Discover Playlist, Loudwire’s Weekly Wire, and many other multi-thousand-listener Spotify playlists

Reason to stay - Single

  • Featured on Alternative Press, Insane Blog, Gig Zealot, High Road, Soundfiction, Rock n Load Mag

  • Featured on AltPress’s Discover Spotify Playlist


Updated September 2019

"dive is...

A perfect combination of what the genre has set as a standard over the years."


- Tyler H, Soundfiction

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The best that metalcore has to offer… powerful lyrics, incredible dynamics, authentic passion.”


- Derek Wagner, Dear Untitled

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An incredibly strong debut offering."


- Jack Parker, All Things Loud

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A Beautiful and deep album… enough to keep the listener entertained from the first second to the last.”


- Jonny Richardson, JMR Reviews

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Colton Ulery

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Jesea Lee

High Road Publicity