About Glacier Veins
A trio who call their sound "dream punk," Glacier Veins play music that combines the languid but grand-scale guitar style of vintage shoegaze and indie rock with the emotional immediacy of punk rock. Based in Portland, Oregon, Glacier Veins started out in 2015 as a solo project launched by singer and guitarist Malia Endres after the breakup of her previous group, Red Season. Hoping to expand the possibilities of her music, Endres brought three friends into the project, guitarist Joshen Bonifacio, bassist Levi Lance, and drummer Jonah Lance. In June 2016, Glacier Veins released a five-song EP, Clear Your Head, which quickly established them as artists to watch, and led to appearances at Treehouse Fest in Boise, Idaho and the Portland date of the Vans Warped Tour. By the time the band entered the studio again, Endres had put together a new lineup, in which she was joined by bassist Kyle Woodrow and drummer Tyler Groce. In October 2017, Glacier Veins released another five-song EP, Dreamspace, which spawned the single "Headspace Campout."