Glass Animals abren nueva etapa con “Creatures In Heaven”

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Glass Animals premiere “A Tear in Space (Airlock)”

The British Glass Animals release “A Tear in Space (Airlock)”, a new preview of their next album “I Love You So F***ing Much“.

The British band surprises with the release of “A Tear In Space (Airlock)”, the second single from the new album. The song was presented two months after the publication of “Creatures In Heaven”, the first single from the album. On this occasion we find a song that addresses a love so absorbing that it leads you to lose yourself in the other person. Likewise, they continue to deal with issues of control, domination and the pleasure/pain of abandoning oneself to the desires of others.

I Love You So F***ing Much“It seems that you are playing with concepts of scale and perspective, concepts that have been played with in this same video clip. The directors of the clip have commented that the concept of the visual “really began with Dave's idea of ​​getting into a wind tunnel and throwing things”. Finally, the idea was built and formed by finding abstract techniques that accompanied the message of the song.

The album will be released next July 19, 2024, a work that promises to be expansive, with a retrofuturistic production that travels in and out of the “formlessness of love.” Glass Animals will present “I Love You So F***ing Much” he November 7 in the o2 arena london .

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