Glass Animals Stream New Track 'Holiest' Feat. Tei Shi [Listen]

30 Mar 2014
Glass Animals Stream New Track 'Holiest' Feat. Tei Shi [Listen]

Glass Animals Stream New Track 'Holiest' Feat. Tei Shi [Listen]

Glass Animals recently announced details of their debut album 'ZABA' but today they share another cut from their forthcoming EP, 'Gooey' which will be released on the 7th April via Wolf Tone Records. 

Dave Bayley comments, "we wanted to work with Tei Shi because she has an amazing voice and this super-cool modern New York RnB style thing going on. So we sent her a couple beats we had lying around that we thought she could really add something to. And she sent back a great vocal about both loving and hating something. I thought it would be fun to play the character that she's addressing in my part so the the different voices then help tell the story from two different perspectives."    

As one of the first signings to Paul Epworth's Wolf Tone label in the UK, Glass Animals have polished their pulsing indie electronica-by-way-of-RnB under the production of the band's vocalist and writer Dave Bayley, and Epworth's guiding hand.  

Having left the confines of their creative hub in the woodlands of Oxfordshire (referred to as The Shed), the band took up residence at Epworth's London studio in the Autumn of 2013. It's a move that has instantly developed their sound, merging their love of analogue with digital, and transforming their psych-fuzz into something a whole lot wilder.  

Armed with a full LP to come in June, and a seriously impressive live set-up, Glass Animals are primed for a very exciting twelve months and beyond. 'The Gooey' EP will be released digitally April 7th on Wolf Tone.  

Glass Animals are: Dave Bayley, Drew MacFarlane, Edmund Irwin-Singer, Joe Seaward.




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