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Media praise for Dreamland:

“They have crafted a new geography of their own...our musical landscape is plenty richer for it." - DIY *****


“A hypnotic refrain of surreal pop” - Paper ****


“Their biggest statement so far” - DORK ****


“Effervescent nuggets of pop gold” - NME ****


“Dreamland’ is a triumph” - CLASH 8/10


02 DECEMBER 2020 (TORONTO, ON) - Glass Animals have shared the official music video for current single "Tangerine."  "Tangerine" is taken from the band’s magnificent third album Dreamland that was released in August on Polydor/Universal Music Canada, the country's leading music company.


Watch the music video for "Tangerine" HERE


Since its release, Dreamland has continued to make monumental noise with the Glass Animals adoring fans and beyond. It made headlines on both sides of the Atlantic - entering the UK chart at #2 behind Taylor Swift and going straight into the Top 10 in the Billboard Chart (the highest chart position for a British Alternative Band since The 1975).


Glass Animals have been celebrating the release of the album ever since, in every way they can and have performed ‘Tangerine’ in Radio 1’s Live Lounge last week (with track collaborator Arlo Parks) and on US TV on The Late Late Show with James Corden in September. In October, they went ‘Live In The Internet’ and put on a history-making virtual performance of the album with guests including Arlo Parks and friend and collaborator Denzel Curry (who appears on early single ‘Tokyo Drifting’).


Today, Glass Animals share the official music video for ‘Tangerine’ – a brilliantly mind-boggling 3-minute trip that explores the passing of time in a way that only Glass Animals could.  On making the video, Dave says – “The song is about seeing someone get lost in the unimportant things in the world…to the point where they lose what made them unique and incredible. We’re all born naive and curious and playful and open and vulnerable…and over time those parts of us can get stifled…sometimes too much…to the point where all that child-like joy and curiosity is gone except for a tiny little glint of it that appears all too rarely, like a ghost in the eyes.


I have to thank director David Wilson hugely for this one - we talked about that theme and he came up with the beautiful, cyclical narrative for this video. I fell in love with it when he told me the idea, but I was petrified of having to act. I have always hated the idea of doing any sort of ‘acting’…however small or subtle the role. But he was so sure I could do it. and I have to say I had a lot of fun trying.”


Listen to Dreamland HERE




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