Thru the Glass

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"Thru the Glass"
ThruTheGlass1.jpg
Single by Thirteen Senses
from the album Falls in the Dark
B-side "No Other Life is Attractive"
Released1 March 2004 (2004-03-01) [1]
Length4:40
Label Mercury
Songwriter(s)
  • Brendon James
  • Will South
  • Tom Welham
  • Adam Wilson
Producer(s) Dare Mason
Thirteen Senses singles chronology
"Thru the Glass"
(2004)
"Do No Wrong"
(2004)
"Thru the Glass"
ThruTheGlass2.jpg
Single by Thirteen Senses
from the album The Invitation
B-side
  • "Lights Out"
  • "Picture This"
  • "Turn Out The Light"
  • "Losers"
Released10 January 2005 (2005-01-10) [2]
Length3:26
Label Mercury
Songwriter(s)
  • Brendon James
  • Will South
  • Tom Welham
  • Adam Wilson
Producer(s) Danton Supple
Thirteen Senses singles chronology
"Into the Fire"
(2004)
"Thru the Glass"
(2005)
"The Salt Wound Routine"
(2005)

"Thru the Glass" is a song by Cornish alternative rock band Thirteen Senses from their debut album, The Invitation . It was originally released on 1 March 2004 as their debut single on Vertigo Records but did not chart. It was later re-released as the third single from The Invitation in the United Kingdom on 10 January 2005. The re-release peaked at No. 18 on the UK Singles Chart and No. 91 in the Netherlands.

Contents

The limited-edition single was released on compact disc and 7-inch vinyl formats. Both tracks of the original release are remixed and remastered from the Falls in the Dark demo album sessions.

Track listings

Original version

CD single

  1. "Thru the Glass" – 4:40
  2. "No Other Life is Attractive" – 5:45

Limited 7-inch single

  1. "Thru the Glass" – 4:40
  2. "No Other Life is Attractive" – 5:45

Re-release

CD1

  1. "Thru the Glass" (single version) – 3:26
  2. "Lights Out" – 3:08

CD 2

  1. "Thru the Glass" (alternative single edit) – 3:34
  2. "Picture This" – 4:00
  3. "Turn Out the Light" – 4:22

Limited 7-inch single

  1. "Thru the Glass" (album version) – 4:37
  2. "Losers" – 3:38

Charts

Chart (2005)Peak
position
Netherlands (Single Top 100) [3] 91
Scotland (OCC) [4] 23
UK Singles (OCC) [5] 18

Use in media

"Thru the Glass" was used as the background music in the Series Two finale of Waterloo Road , and continues to be played over the end credits instead of the normal title music.

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