“The visible effect made on a surface by pressure”




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Fresh off the back of playing a pair of shockwave shows in Manchester and London this week, Glass Animals shares their brand new single, “Your Love (Déjà vu),” out today—listen HERE!

“Your Love (Déjà vu)” is a tantalizing first hint of what is to come from Glass Animals’ third studio album, the follow up to Mercury Prize-nominated How To Be A Human Being, and its predecessor and the band’s debut ZABA. Paying tribute to the formative influence of both Timbaland and The Neptunes, “Your Love (Déjà vu)” is a conflicted booty-call anthem, best explained in Dave’s own words:

I think we’ve all found ourselves in fucked up relationships that make us feel sad and helpless. Not necessarily something romantic—maybe it’s with a family member or a friend. A relationship that we know on some level is going to keep breaking our hearts. We let that person back into their lives over and over again, even though it always ends the same. Maybe you don’t confront it because you hope it’ll change with time. Or because it’s easier to let it slide and never set boundaries. Maybe you think you deserve that unhappiness. Or maybe you find some strange comfort in the chaos.”

He continues, saying, “This song is about that…about being addicted to chaos. About doing or allowing something self-destructive because on some level you get off on the sadness that comes of it. It’s about wanting to float around and exist inside of that feeling because it has always been familiar to you. It’s something that a lot of people know from growing up in a tense household…so it can feel right to create that dynamic, even if you don’t realize you’re doing it.”

2020 already promises to be a momentous year for Glass Animals—the universally-adored British four-piece fronted by Dave Bayley with his bandmates and childhood friends, Joe Seaward, Ed Irwin-Singer and Drew Macfarlane. As well as producing both ZABA and How To Be A Human Being, Dave has produced “Your Love (Déjà vu)” and in the past worked with a number of artists outside of the band, including 6lack, Khalid, Joey Bada$$, DJ Dahi, Flume and MorMor. The tone for Glass Animals was set when they dropped bombshell release Tokyo Drifting” feat. Denzel Curry at the close of last year and celebrated by playing a packed-out, surprise secret show in a tiny venue in Oxford.

It was an important moment for Glass Animals, their first headline show playing together since drummer Joe Seaward’s cycling accident in 2018. The success and reaction to the show fortified the band to announce an extensive but incredibly intimate run of shows around the world this spring—playing some of the spaces they played when they first started out, reminding themselves of what they have and what they nearly lost, and crucially, a big thank you to the fans who supported them throughout.

In just minutes last week, Glass Animals sold out their upcoming underplay tour across North America, including Brooklyn’s Music Hall of Williamsburg on February 26thLos Angeles’ The Troubadour on March 11th and more. The band will also headline two nights at Red Rocks Amphitheatre on June 16th and 17th with Denzel Curry as support. See the full list of sold out dates and upcoming festival performances below.

Stay tuned for more news from Glass Animals!

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February 25                Washington, DC                     U Street Music Hall*
February 26                Brooklyn, NY                           Music Hall of Williamsburg*
February 28                Cambridge, MA                      The Sinclair*
March 1                       Toronto, ON                            Mod Club Theatre*
March 3                       Chicago, IL                              Lincoln Hall*
March 4                       Minneapolis, MN                     Fine Line Music Café*
March 6                       Kansas City, MO                    Record Bar*
March 8                       Okeechobee, FL                     Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival
March 11                     Los Angeles, CA                     The Troubadour*
March 12                     San Francisco, CA                 The Independent*
March 14                     Seattle, WA                             Neumos*
March 15                     Portland, OR                           Aladdin Theatre*
March 20                     New Orleans, LA                    BUKU Music & Art Project
June 12                       Manchester, TN                      Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival
June 16                       Morrison, CO                          Red Rocks Amphitheatre*
June 17                       Morrison, CO                          Red Rocks Amphitheatre
* Sold Out