Supported by BBC Introducing in Oxford
Joe Seaward, Dave Bayley and Drew MacFarlane met at school is Oxford when they were just in their teens, performing together in orchestras, jazz groups and choirs. Dispersing around the UK to study medicine, music and anthropology, the three begin to crave music once again and joined forces to create Glass Animals, alongside new bandmate Edmund Irwin-Singer.
The four-piece were the first signing to a new record label started by producer Paul Epworth, famous for his success with artists like Adele, Florence & The Machine and Friendly Fires, so you can hope for the same course of success for Glass Animals over the next few years.
With a sense of mystery in their music, tracks like Golden Antlers and Pools are beautiful pieces of ambient electronica. With upcoming sets at Latitude Festival and Bestival, Glastonbury is set to be the start of a big summer and an even bigger year for Glass Animals.
Glass Animals at Glastonbury 2014
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Gooey (Glastonbury 2014)
Psylla (Glastonbury 2014)
Black Mambo (Glastonbury 2014)
Pools (Glastonbury 2014)
Hazey (Glastonbury 2014)
Love Lockdown (Glastonbury 2014)