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been a huge year so far for the LOTI favourite, and with the release of ‘Hazey’ coinciding with the start of the band’s US tour, it’s only set to get even bigger.

Hazey is the next track up from album ‘Zaba’, and we’ve come to realise that at the best of times it’s pretty difficult to decipher what frontman Dave Bayley of Glass Animals is singing about in his smooth peanut buttery swoon, but one thing we didn’t miss in this newbie is the singer proclaim he’s “f*#@ing loco”. Us too Dave, us too.

The accompanying video is downright loco too, featuring London based dance collective Solitary Crew and their unique style called ‘Bone Breaking’. Don’t worry kids, no bones were actually broken in the making of this video, it just really really looks that way. Owie.