By Alec Wooden
In reality, 2010 should be predestined as a tough year for A Sunny Day in Glasgow. Not because they’re stuck in dreary weather in Glasgow — they’re not. The band is actually from Philly, and there’s nothing particularly sunny nor glasgow-y about them in the first place.
You see, 2010 should be tough because it has the unenviable task of following 2009’s fairy tale ride of indie buzz and critical acclaim in the wake of the band’s sophomore breakout, Ashes Grammar. Read more about CD Review: A Sunny Day In Glasgow — Nitetime Rainbows; Playing DC9 March 28 …