Glass Animals abren nueva etapa con “Creatures In Heaven”

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Glass Animals open a new stage with “Creatures In Heaven”

Glass Animals They present “Creatures In Heaven” as the first preview of the new stage of the British band.

“I Love You So F***ing Much” will be the title of the fourth album by Glass Animals. As the band has just confirmed, it will be available from July 19 of this same year. It will have ten songs, of which we can already hear the first, this “Creatures In Heaven”.

The band has just closed one of the most successful and surreal stages of their career. His previous album, “Dreamland” (20), meant a radical change in the lives of the band and its members. The success and virality of “Heat Waves”, the biggest British hit in three decades, has not been easy to bear. To the stress that a situation of this magnitude entailed, a tour stopped due to the pandemic was added to all the chaos that it brought with it.

Therefore, the approach of “I Love You So F***ing Much” It is presented as an existential crisis. In this new stage, Dave Bayley, leader, composer and producer, has focused on all the sensations that this great crisis has caused him and has questioned the meaning of the universe and existence, going through sensations such as love. Therefore, “Creatures In Heaven” is presented as the first of the ten love stories on this album.

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