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Glass Animals Are Playing In Sydney This Week

Glass Animals have surprised Australian fans by announcing a one-off Sydney show, which will take place this coming Thursday (May 9th) at Liberty Hall (FKA Max Watt’s, The Hi-Fi and The Forum). Tickets for the show instantly sold out upon going live at 10am AEST. The show will mark the band’s first in Australia for nearly two years, having last performed in the country as one of the marquee acts of Splendour In The Grass for its 2022 iteration as well as their own shows.

Since the end of the cycle for their 2020 album Dreamland – which contained the Hottest 100winning hit single ‘Heat Waves’ – the band have been at work on their fourth studio album. Last month saw the band officially announce the album, entitled I Love You So Fucking Much, which is set for release on Friday, July 19th via Polydor. To coincide with the announcement, the band also shared its lead single ‘Creatures In Heaven’ – the video for which can be viewed below.

Glass Animals – ‘Creatures In Heaven’

Last month saw Glass Animals perform similarly-intimate pop-up headline shows in Pioneertown, California and in Mexico City. In addition to performing ‘Creatures In Heaven’ live for the first time, the band also teased a second song from the forthcoming album entitled ‘A Tear In Space (Airlock)’.

In August, the band will begin their world tour in support of I Love You So Fucking Much, dubbed ‘A Tour Of Earth’. Its first leg takes them through North America, which will run through to the end of September. Further dates, including what will likely be a full-scale headlining tour of Australia, are to be announced.

Although the Liberty Hall show is now sold out, any ticket resales or last-minute ticket releases will be via Moshtix.

Further Reading

The Good, the Bad and the Muddy: Key Moments From Splendour in the Grass 2022

Glass Animals Fulfil Promise To Get Aus-Themed Tattoos On Their Bums

“It Made Me Cry. It Made Me Happy & Sad”: Glass Animals On The Hottest 100, Tattoos & The Many Lives Of ‘Heat Waves’

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