Glass Animals shared a psychedelic visual for their new single, ‘Your Love (Déjà vu)’, using a hybrid of organic and thermal imagery.
The Oxford-based outfit dropped their new single last month, offering a first taste of what’s to come from their upcoming third studio album.
Following its release, ‘Your Love (Déjà vu)’ climbed the Alternative and AAA Charts, currently sitting in the Top 20 at Alternative and at No.34 at AAA. ‘Your Love (Déjà vu)’ is also rising on Spotify’s US Viral 50 Chart.
Inspired by the genre-jumping ambition of both Timbaland and The Neptunes, ‘Your Love (Déjà vu)’ was produced by Glass Animals frontman Dave Bayley.
“Glass Animals are back, and they’re bringing the dark side of love with them,” wrote Entertainment Weekly in response to the new single.
Over the last few days from his own studio, Bayley has also launched a ‘Quarantine Covers’ series on YouTube to entertain fans at home. The first episode saw Dave cover Nirvana’s ‘Heart Shaped Box’ and offer a fans a behind-the-scenes look at his production process.
“Dear friends,” a message below the YouTube video of ‘Heart-Shaped Box’ begins. “I’ve been quarantined in my studio. So I’m taking requests for covers. Keep sending over ideas and I’ll try a couple of ‘em. Miss you all stay safe and take care of each other in this strange time. love dave x”
It is going to be a whirlwind year for Glass Animals – the universally-adored British four-piece fronted by Bayley with his bandmates and childhood friends, Joe Seaward, Ed Irwin-singer and Drew Macfarlane.
The group made their triumphant comeback after releasing ‘Tokyo Drifting’ featuring Denzel Curry towards the end of last year, their first single since drummer Joe Seaward’s cycling accident in 2018.
With ‘Tokyo Drifting’ and now ‘Your Love (Déjà Vu)’, Glass Animals has signalled a new era for the group.