The Aussie psych outfit’s fourth album of 2017.
The band’s fourth album of 2017 will be available in three different downloadable formats this Thursday.
A collaboration with with Los Angeles outfit Mild High Club.
The return of one of indie rock’s sharpest bands was well worth the wait.
Organizers fear Glass Animals’ pineapple-loving fans will make a fruity mess.
A rich, fleshed out rendition recorded for Amazon’s new Songs of Summer playlist.
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The band’s bleakest studio album feels eerily relevant in these grave times.
Live at the Witch’s Tit, the songwriter’s follow-up to 2014’s The Knife Shift, arrives in September.
The Aussie outfit’s first release in nearly four years.
Structured around “all the weird contradictory things that make up a lot of colonial cities around the world.”
New dates include stops at Newport Folk Festival, Summerfest, and BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn.