GLASS ANIMALS RELEASE NEW SINGLE ‘PORK SODA’ ON 17th MARCH
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Glass Animals today announce the forthcoming release of ‘Pork Soda’, the third single to be taken from their critically acclaimed second album, ‘How To Be A Human Being’. Inspired by a stranger’s nonsensical murmurings overheard by frontman Dave Bayley on the street, ‘Pork Soda’ opens with a characteristically off-kilter chant of ‘Pineapples are in my head / Got nobody cause I’m braindead,’ layered over the faint sound of old bin lids and scrap metal repurposed as a drum. The off-kilter percussion flourishes into a glitchy electronic beat as Bayley’s breezy vocals intensify, engaged in conflict with the track’s mysterious subject, ‘Why can’t we laugh now like we did then? How come I see you and ache instead?’. Dazzling and immersive while remaining outlandish and offbeat, ‘Pork Soda’ is yet another fascinating foray into Glass Animals’ strange world.
The band continue to demonstrate why they were one of the true global breakthrough artists of 2016. ‘How To Be A Human Being’ was released at the end of August via Caroline International/Wolf Tone to rave reviews and BBC Radio 1 & BBC 6Music A-listed singles ‘Life Itself’ and ‘Youth’. They have now amassed well over 250 million Spotify streams and 2.6million monthly listeners, obliterating all expectations created by debut album ‘Zaba’s’ word of mouth buzz.
The band also had a phenomenal live year in 2016, selling out entire UK, EU and US tours. They also had notable TV appearances in the UK on Later With Jools Holland, and in the US with The Late Late Show With James Corden, Jimmy Kimmel Live and Late Night With Seth Meyers.
The band are currently touring arenas & stadia in Australia & New Zealand before returning to tour the UK, including a massive sold-out show at London’s Brixton Academy (their biggest UK headline show to date). Full list of forthcoming UK shows is as follows;
08/03/2017 The Liquid Room - Edinburgh
09/03/2017 The Liquid Room - Edinburgh
10/03/2017 O2 Institute - Birmingham
11/03/2017 Beckett University - Leeds
13/03/2017 Junction - Cambridge
15/03/2017 O2 Academy - Bristol
16/03/2017 O2 Academy, Brixton - London
17/03/2017 UEA - Norwich
18/03/2017 Albert Hall - Manchester
Praise for ‘How To Be A Human Being’
???? THE GUARDIAN “An inventively produced, impishly executed triumph”
???? NME “Irresistible”
???? DIY “A chest-pumping, hip-hop steered game changer”
???? FINANCIAL TIMES - "A rare combination of intelligence, charm, song-craft and beat-making."
???? METRO - “One of the most innovative acts around”
MIXMAG 9/10 - “Boundary pushing pop … Nobody else sounds like them right now”
MOJO - "Oxford buzz band who lived up to the hype"
Buy ‘How To Be A Human Being’ here: https://GlassAnimals.lnk.to/HowToBeAHumanBeingSo
Glass Animals announce UK live dates plus details of debut album 'ZABA' - out 9th June 2014
Tue 18 Mar 2014 @ 17:54
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