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Watch Glass Animals Perform ‘Tangerine’ Live With Arlo Parks

The artists hooked up together for a BBC Radio 1 ‘Live Lounge’ slot

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Glass Animals and Arlo Parks have linked up once again – this time for a live performance of “Tangerine” on BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge, which you can check out below.

The song originally appeared without Parks on Glass Animals’ latest album, Dreamland, which dropped in August.

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Arlo Parks then teamed up with Glass Animals for a new rendition of the song, which premiered during the Oxford band’s ‘Live In The Internet’ livestream gig in October. The studio version of the song was then released shortly after the show concluded. Glass Animals also performed a cover of 24kGoldn and Iann Dior‘s chart-topping single, “Mood”, which was released in July.

This isn’t the first time Glass Animals and Arlo Parks have collaborated. In April, Parks joined Glass Animals frontman Dave Bayley for a cover of Drake’s hit single, ‘Hotline Bling’, as part of Bayley’s ‘Quarantine Covers’ series. Other covers in the series included Nirvana’s ‘Heart-Shaped Box’ and Lana Del Rey’s ‘Young And Beautiful’.

Glass Animals’ acclaimed ‘Live In The Internet’ show celebrated the recent release of their much-acclaimed new album Dreamland. Shortly afterwards, the digitally-intrepid quartet shared their live, immersive performance of “Heat Waves”, one of the highlights of the show. For this track, Glass Animals were joined by hundreds of fans on ZOOM who surrounded them on stage to viscerally bring to life the global digital community the band have built during the coronavirus pandemic.

Dreamland made chart history for Glass Animals, entering the UK chart at No. 2 behind Taylor Swift back when it was released in August. It was Glass Animals’ highest charting album to date with similarly impressive headlines reflected boldly in the US as well where the album went straight into the Top 10 in the Billboard Chart.

Over 18,000 fans tuned in on October 15 to watch ‘Live In The Internet,’ making it Glass Animals’ largest headlining performance ever.

Click here to listen to Glass Animals’ Dreamland.

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