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quartet Glass Animals reveal the video for their new single ‘Psylla’ which sees the second collaboration with Los Angeles-based animator and director Rafael Bonilla Jr., set for release on 11th November 2013. The album sees the band move from home-built studio (“The Shed”) in Oxfordshire of vocalist and production dynamo Dave Bayley to the more urban surroundings of Paul Epworth’s London studio which helps create a mix of organic and digital sounds.

Glass Animals have announced a forthcoming ‘Into The Wild’ UK tour which sees a host of like-minded artists, including Rosie Lowe, Hockeysmith, Woman’s Hour and MAXIXE will perform over the course of the tour.

Friday 8th Broadcast, Glasgow (support TBC)
Saturday 9th Bowery, Sheffield (support from Woman’s Hour)
Sunday 10th East Village Arts Club (support from Woman’s Hour)
Tuesday 12th Concrete, London (support from Rosie Lowe)
Wednesday 13th The Hope, Brighton (support from MAXIXE)
Thursday 14th The Jericho, Oxford (support from Hockeysmith)