Glass Animals

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Glass Animals
Glass Animals performing in 2016
Glass Animals performing in 2016
Background information
OriginOxford, England[1]
Genres
Years active2010–present
Labels
Members
  • Dave Bayley
  • Drew MacFarlane
  • Edmund Irwin-Singer
  • Joe Seaward
Websiteglassanimals.com

Glass Animals are an English indie rock band formed in Oxford in 2010. Led by singer, songwriter, and producer Dave Bayley, the group also features his childhood friends Joe Seaward, Ed Irwin-Singer and Drew MacFarlane. Bayley wrote and produced all three Glass Animals albums. Bayley spent his childhood in Massachusetts and Texas[3] before relocating to Oxford, where he met the other band members at school.[4] Their first album, Zaba (2014), spawned the single "Gooey", which was eventually certified platinum in the United States. Their second full album, How to Be a Human Being, received positive reviews and won in two categories at the 2018 MPG Awards for UK Album of the Year and Self Producing Artist of the Year, as well as a spot on the Mercury Prize shortlist. The third, Dreamland, peaked at number two on the UK Albums Chart and number seven on the US Billboard 200.

In their live shows they play re-worked, dance-heavy versions of their songs. Their song "Heat Waves" reached number one in Australia in February 2021 and was voted number one on the Triple J Hottest 100 of 2020. The song surpassed one billion streams on Spotify[5] and eventually reached number one in the US Billboard Hot 100 and number five on the UK Singles Chart. At the 2022 Brit Awards, Glass Animals were nominated for two Brit Awards (Best British Rock Act and "Heat Waves" for Best British Single).[6] They received their first Grammy nomination in the Best New Artist category at the 2022 Grammy Awards.

History[edit]

All four member of the band are British and met at St Edward's School, Oxford.[7] Bayley was raised in the US where his father worked, and returned to the UK when he was aged 13.[7] On arrival at St Edwards, where he had a music scholarship, he was introduced to MacFarlane who had also grown up in the US, and who in turn introduced him to Irwin-Singer and Seaward.[7]

2012–2015: Zaba and various EPs[edit]

Glass Animals performing in 2014

On 28 May 2012, the band released their debut EP, Leaflings, which included the single "Cocoa Hooves". The EP was released on independent label Kaya Kaya Records, a subsidiary and imprint of XL Recordings (part of the Beggars Group of labels).

In 2013, the band released Black Mambo / Exxus EP in Europe, and Glass Animals EP in the US.[8] The Glass Animals EP also saw the band collaborating with Jean Deaux, a soulful hip-hop teenager from Chicago, on a song titled "Woozy".

In 2014, the band made their first visit to the US, performing at South by Southwest in Austin, Texas. They released three more singles: "Pools", "Gooey", and "Hazey", along with a collaboration with Argentine singer-songwriter and producer Tei Shi.[citation needed]

All five singles were included on the band's debut album, Zaba, which was released on 6 June 2014. The band performed the single "Gooey" on Late Night with Seth Meyers[9] in 2014, and again on The Late Show with David Letterman[10] on 24 February 2015, and toured extensively after Zaba, visiting both hemispheres and played over 130 shows in 2015 alone. Their October 2015 US tour included two sold-out shows at The Wiltern in LA and sold-out shows across America including T5 in NYC, The Riverside in Milwaukee, and the Midland Theatre in Kansas City.

A collaboration with American rapper Joey Bada$$, titled "Lose Control", was released on 6 October 2015.

2016–2019: How to Be a Human Being[edit]

Glass Animals frontman Dave Bayley

On 16 May 2016, the band released the lead single, "Life Itself", from their second album How to Be a Human Being.[11] "Life Itself" peaked at number 14 on Billboard's Alternative Songs chart and spent 26 weeks on Sirius XM's Alt-18 chart, peaking at number one.[12] A music video for the song was released on 7 June 2016. The band also created a website based on the character from "Life Itself".

On 25 July, a second single from the album, "Youth", was released along with its music video.[12] This song was also used as a soundtrack in the popular football video game by EA Sports, FIFA 17. Four days before the release of the album, on 22 August, the band released a third single, "Season 2 Episode 3", about a girl who "spends her entire time watching TV, lounging around, not doing anything, being high, eating mayonnaise from a jar".[13]

The full album How to Be a Human Being was released on 26 August 2016 by Wolf Tone and Caroline International in Europe, and Harvest Records in the United States. It was inspired by stories of strangers that Bayley met on tour,[3] with each song telling a different story from a different perspective.

In July 2018, drummer Joe Seaward was seriously injured when he was hit by a lorry while cycling in Dublin. Seaward's accident and recovery resulted in the band cancelling their remaining tour dates for rest of the year.[14]

2019–present: Dreamland[edit]

After touring for How to Be a Human Being, the band released two singles; "Tokyo Drifting", a duet with Denzel Curry, on 14 November 2019,[2] and "Your Love (Déjà Vu)" on 19 February 2020.[15] On 1 May 2020, the band released a single named "Dreamland", and announced an album of the same name to be released on 10 July 2020.[16] The beginnings of Dreamland originated after drummer Joe Seaward's bike accident in Dublin. While spending long hours by Seaward's side in the hospital as he recovered, Bayley started "writing down memories and searching for more memories." Those memories eventually evolved into the nostalgic and very personal Dreamland album full of references to Bayley's childhood and other points in his life.[5]

On 28 June, the band announced that the album had been delayed, to "keep focus on the Black Lives Matter movement and the discussions taking place around racism and police brutality around the world."[17] In the lead-up to Dreamland, Glass Animals launched an open-source website where fans could access and download song samples, artwork, and other content related to the album.[5] Dreamland was released on 7 August 2020 via Polydor Records; in an interview with Atwood Magazine, Dave Bayley explained, "I guess the goal with this record was to make something that was incredibly honest and incredibly us."[18] The album entered the UK Albums Chart at number two. "Heat Waves" was included on the FIFA 21 soundtrack. On 13 October 2020, the song was also used as part of the Apple Event during the announcement of the HomePod mini.[citation needed]

On 23 January 2021, "Heat Waves" placed first on the Triple J Hottest 100 of 2020 in Australia, with "Tangerine" placing at 18th and "Your Love (Déjà Vu)" at 51st. The following month, "Heat Waves" reached number one on the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) Singles Chart.[19] In April 2021, "Tokyo Drifting" featured in a television commercial released by Peloton as part of their Champions Collection campaign.[20]

Bonus track and single "I Don’t Wanna Talk (I Just Wanna Dance)" features on the official FIFA 22 soundtrack.[21] After a record-breaking 59-week climb on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, "Heat Waves" reached number 1 for the week ending 12 March 2022.[22]

Musical style[edit]

Glass Animals' musical style has been described as indie rock,[23][24][25][26][27][28][29] psychedelic pop,[30][31][32] indie pop,[33][34][35] and electronic rock.[36]

Band members[edit]

  • Dave Bayley[37] (full name: David Algernon Bayley) – lead vocals, guitar, keyboards, drums, tambourine, songwriting duties
  • Drew MacFarlane[38] – guitar, keyboards, backing vocals
  • Edmund Irwin-Singer[38] – bass guitar, keyboards, backing vocals
  • Joe Seaward[38] – drums, percussion

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

List of studio albums, with selected chart positions
Title Details Peak chart positions Sales Certifications
UK
[39]
AUS
[40]
BEL
(FL)

[41]
BEL
(WA)

[42]
CAN
[43]
IRL
[44]
NLD
[45]
NZ
[46]
SWI
[47]
US
[48]
Zaba 92 12 162 177
How to Be a Human Being
  • Released: 26 August 2016
  • Label: Wolf Tone, Caroline International
  • Formats: CD, LP, digital download
23 11 68 151 50 20 77 [A] 87 20
Dreamland 2 6 32 106 13 8 15 8 51 7
"—" denotes an album that did not chart, or was not released in that country.

Remix albums[edit]

List of remix albums
Title Details
Remixes
  • Released: 17 February 2015[57]
  • Label: Wolf Tone
  • Formats: Digital download

Extended plays[edit]

List of extended plays
Title Details
Leaflings
  • Released: 28 May 2012[58]
  • Label: Kaya Kaya Records
  • Formats: Digital download
Glass Animals
  • Released: 2013[59]
  • Label: Wolf Tone
  • Formats: Digital download
Pools
  • Released: 2014[60]
  • Label: Wolf Tone
  • Formats: Digital download
Adulthood
Adolescence
  • Released: 4 December 2020[62]
  • Label: UMG Recordings
  • Formats: Digital download
Childhood
  • Released: 8 January 2021[63]
  • Label: UMG Recordings
  • Formats: Digital download
Heat Waves (Expansion Pack)
  • Released: 18 March 2021[64]
  • Label: Wolf Tone, Universal Music Operations Limited
  • Formats: Digital download

Singles[edit]

List of singles as lead artist, with selected chart positions, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
UK
[39]
AUS
[19]
BEL
(FL)

[41]
CAN
[65]
GER
[66]
IRL
[44]
NZ
[46]
SWI
[47]
US
[67]
WW
[68]
"Cocoa Hooves"[69] 2012 Leaflings EP
"Psylla"[70] 2013 Glass Animals EP
"Black Mambo"[71] Zaba
"Pools"[72] 2014
"Gooey" [B] 40 [C]
"Hazey"[76]
"Lose Control"[77]
(with Joey Bada$$)
2015 Non-album single
"Life Itself"[78] 2016 [D] How to Be a Human Being
"Youth"[79] [E]
"Season 2 Episode 3"[80] [F]
"Pork Soda"[81] 2017
"Agnes"[82]
"Tokyo Drifting"
(with Denzel Curry)[83][non-primary source needed]
2019 [G] [H] [I] Dreamland
"Your Love (Déjà Vu)"[87] 2020 [J] [K]
"Dreamland"[89] [L]
"Heat Waves"
(solo or with Iann Dior)
5 1 5 1 2 5 2 1 1 1
"It's All So Incredibly Loud"[94] [M]
"Tangerine"
(featuring Arlo Parks)[96][N]
[O]
"Space Ghost Coast to Coast"
(with Bree Runway)[98][P]
2021 [Q]
"I Don't Wanna Talk (I Just Wanna Dance)"[99] [R] 92 [S] Dreamland (+ Bonus Levels 2.0)
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Promotional singles[edit]

List of promotional singles as lead artist showing year released and album name
Title Year Album
"Heart-Shaped Box (Quarantine Covers Ep. 1)"[102] 2020 Non-album singles
"Young and Beautiful (Quarantine Covers Ep. 2)"[103]

Other charted songs[edit]

List of non-single chart appearances
Title Year Peak chart positions Album
NZ
Hot

[97]
US
Rock

[104]
"The Other Side of Paradise" 2016 45 How to Be a Human Being
"Hot Sugar" 2020 28 41 Dreamland
"Waterfalls Coming Out Your Mouth" 45
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Association Category Nominated Work Result Ref.
2017 Mercury Prize Album of the Year How to Be a Human Being Nominated [105]
2018 MPG UK Album of the Year How to Be a Human Being Won [106]
Self Producing Artist of the Year Dave Bayley (Glass Animals) Won
2021 Variety Group of the Year Glass Animals Won [107]
Video Music Awards Best Alternative "Heat Waves" Nominated [108]
2022 Billboard Music Awards Top Duo/Group Glass Animals Nominated [109]
Top Rock Artist Glass Animals Won [110]
Top Streaming Song "Heat Waves" Nominated
Top Viral Song "Heat Waves" Nominated
Brit Awards Best British Single "Heat Waves" Nominated [111]
Best British Rock/Alternative Act Glass Animals Nominated
Grammy Award Best New Artist Glass Animals Nominated [112]
Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Breakout Artist Glass Animals Nominated [113]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ How to Be a Human Being did not enter the NZ Top 40 Albums Chart, but peaked at number two on the NZ Heatseekers Singles Chart.[50]
  2. ^ "Gooey" did not enter the UK Singles Chart, but peaked at number 36 on the UK Physical Singles Chart Top 100.[73]
  3. ^ "Gooey" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 20 on the Hot Singles Sales chart.[74]
  4. ^ "Life Itself" did not enter the Flanders Ultratop 50, but charted as an "extra tip" on the Ultratip chart.[41]
  5. ^ "Youth" did not enter the Flanders Ultratop 50, but charted as an "extra tip" on the Ultratip chart.[41]
  6. ^ "Season 2 Episode 3" did not enter the Flanders Ultratop 50, but charted as an "extra tip" on the Ultratip chart.[41]
  7. ^ "Tokyo Drifting" did not enter the UK Singles Chart, but peaked at number 22 on the UK Physical Singles Chart Top 100.[84]
  8. ^ "Tokyo Drifting" did not enter the Flanders Ultratop 50, but charted as an "extra tip" on the Ultratip chart.[41]
  9. ^ "Tokyo Drifting" did not enter the New Zealand Top 40 Singles Chart, but peaked at number 40 on the New Zealand Hot Singles Chart.[85]
  10. ^ "Your Love (Déjà Vu)" did not enter the Flanders Ultratop 50, but charted as an "extra tip" on the Ultratip chart.[41]
  11. ^ "Your Love (Déjà Vu)" did not enter the New Zealand Top 40 Singles Chart, but peaked at number 35 on the New Zealand Hot Singles Chart.[88]
  12. ^ "Dreamland" did not enter the New Zealand Top 40 Singles Chart, but peaked at number 28 on the New Zealand Hot Singles Chart.[90]
  13. ^ "It's All So Incredibly Loud" did not enter the New Zealand Top 40 Singles Chart, but peaked at number 35 on the New Zealand Hot Singles Chart.[95]
  14. ^ The chart numbers refer to both the solo version of the song and the non-album version featuring Arlo Parks, however only the latter was released as a single.
  15. ^ "Tangerine" did not enter the New Zealand Top 40 Singles Chart, but peaked at number 13 on the New Zealand Hot Singles Chart.[97]
  16. ^ The chart numbers refer to both the solo version of the song and the non-album version featuring Bree Runway, however only the latter was released as a single.
  17. ^ "Space Ghost Coast to Coast" did not enter the New Zealand Top 40 Singles Chart, but peaked at number 25 on the New Zealand Hot Singles Chart.[97]
  18. ^ "I Don't Wanna Talk (I Just Wanna Dance)" did not enter the UK Singles Chart, but peaked at number 19 on the UK Physical Singles Chart Top 100.[100]
  19. ^ "I Don't Wanna Talk (I Just Wanna Dance)" did not enter the New Zealand Top 40 Singles Chart, but peaked at number 22 on the New Zealand Hot Singles Chart.[101]


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