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John Glacier Aesthetic

Shot by Udoma Janssen for Issue 114 of Crack Magazine.
Make up by Karla Q Leon.

Shot by Udoma Janssen for Issue 114 of Crack Magazine.
Make up by Karla Q Leon.

John Glacier doesn’t set out to be enigmatic – she kind of just is.

Throughout our conversation, done over Zoom on an otherwise uneventful Wednesday afternoon, Glacier is both incredibly frank and almost cagey. She presents her unique flavour of introspective bedroom-hop as freeform and haphazard, but at the same time rife with meaning and inner turmoil. Both can be true of course, and are. Even her stage name, an obvious red herring, seems like a tongue-in-cheek way to play with her audience’s idea of who she is and what she might sound like. As her star swiftly rises – with a pitch perfect turn on London rapper LYAM’s new single Origami featuring Shygirl and an upcoming collaborative project with white-hot producer Vegyn – Glacier refuses to compromise on her ideals as an artist, skirting pop hooks and dance beats for minimal production and stream-of-conscious, abstract verses.

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