Jody Glenham Shares Holiday-Adjacent EP 'Melt'

The three-song collection features Wild Black and Blue J
Jody Glenham Shares Holiday-Adjacent EP 'Melt'
Vancouver pop-noir songwriter Jody Glenham released her album Mood Rock just a few months ago, and now she's already back with a holiday EP. Melt is out properly tomorrow (December 1), but you can already hear it now.

The EP is made up of three songs: title cut "Melt" is a candy cane-sweet duet with fellow Vancouver pop-rockers Blue J; the moody "Snow in NYC" is a collab with Toronto's Wild Black and a long-distance love song about a rainy West Coast winter; and "Christmas List" is brighter, more synth-infused version of a tune she released way back in 2011.

In a statement, Glenham explained, "I've always been a fan of The OC's Christmakkuh album, how it's Christmas but not exactly traditional. Calling this a 'holiday-adjacent' EP made sense."

Hear Melt in full below.