Glass Animals - Dreamland Tour
Glass Animals is an indie rock band from Oxford, England, UK. Their music is a highly eclectic blend of different sounds, which include pop, rock, and psychedelic music.
The band consists of childhood friends Dave Bayley, Drew MacFarlane, Edmund Irwin-Singer, and Joe Seaward. While the group was still at university they released their debut EP “Leaflings” in 2012.
After the release of their EP they toured around England playing some small clubs and would later release their self-titled EP in 2013. Their self-titled EP conveyed Glass Animals’ eccentric style of music conveyed in catchy mannerisms. The band is heavily influenced by psychedelic music as well as the study of biology and both of these concepts are presented through their albums. Their self-titled EP contains the track “Psylla”, which is a reference to a sap-sucking insect. The track also contains psychedelic elements through the use of heavy reverb and delay, and breathy vocals. The song “Woozy” is also presented on the EP, which has a trip-hop vibe as well as including a guest appearance by Jean Deaux who raps a verse in the song.