Watch Glass Animals’ Dave Bayley play ‘Heat Waves’ solo

Watch Glass Animals’ Dave Bayley play ‘Heat Waves’
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Glass
Animals
frontman Dave Bayley has shared a stripped-back solo
rendition of the band’s latest single ‘Heat Waves’.

In contrast to the bass-heavy psych-pop of
the original
, the clip sees Bayley performing the track with
just guitar and voice in the empty concert hall of London venue
Hackney Earth, where the band shot the video for ‘Heat
Waves’.

Watch Bayley perform the song below:

In a caption accompanying the video, Bayley encouraged fans to
donate to Crew
Nation
, an organisation which aids live performance industry
workers who have experienced financial loss as a result of the
COVID-19 pandemic.

Earlier this week, the band shared the stems and MIDI files for
‘Heat Waves’ on the band’s Open Source website for
fans to remix and cover the song. The band will select their
favourite re-interpretation of the track and put it out as an
official release.

‘Heat Waves’ is the fourth single the band have shared so
far from forthcoming album ‘Dreamland’, following its title
track,
‘Your Love (Déjà Vu)’
and
‘Tokyo Drifting’
, their collaboration with rapper Denzel Curry.

‘Dreamland’ will follow Glass Animals’ 2016 album ‘How
to Be a Human Being’. It also marks the first album from the
Oxford group since drummer Joe Seaward was severely injured in 2018
after being
hit by a truck while riding his bike in Dublin
.

“It was incredible to be part of the team again. There is no
feeling in the world like writing and recording a song and feeling
proud of it,†Seaward told NME about his first day back in the
studio after his rehabilitation.

Originally slated for a July 10 release, the band recently

postponed the album’s release date
to August 7 out of respect
and support for the Black Lives Matter movement.

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Watch Glass Animals’ Dave Bayley play ‘Heat Waves’ solo

appeared first on NME Music News,
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Glass
Animals frontman Dave Bayley has shared a stripped-back solo
rendition of the band’s latest single ‘Heat Waves’.
In contrast to the bass-heavy psych-pop of
the original, the clip sees Bayley performing the track with
just guitar and voice in the empty concert hall of London venue
Hackney Earth, where the band shot the video for ‘Heat
Waves’.
Watch Bayley perform the song below:

In a caption accompanying the video, Bayley encouraged fans to
donate to Crew
Nation, an organisation which aids live performance industry
workers who have experienced financial loss as a result of the
COVID-19 pandemic.
Earlier this week, the band shared the stems and MIDI files for
‘Heat Waves’ on the band’s Open Source website for
fans to remix and cover the song. The band will select their
favourite re-interpretation of the track and put it out as an
official release.
‘Heat Waves’ is the fourth single the band have shared so
far from forthcoming album ‘Dreamland’, following its title
track,
‘Your Love (Déjà Vu)’ and
‘Tokyo Drifting’, their collaboration with rapper Denzel Curry.
‘Dreamland’ will follow Glass Animals’ 2016 album ‘How
to Be a Human Being’. It also marks the first album from the
Oxford group since drummer Joe Seaward was severely injured in 2018
after being
hit by a truck while riding his bike in Dublin.
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“It was incredible to be part of the team again. There is no
feeling in the world like writing and recording a song and feeling
proud of it,†Seaward told NME about his first day back in the
studio after his rehabilitation.

Originally slated for a July 10 release, the band recently

postponed the album’s release date to August 7 out of respect
and support for the Black Lives Matter movement.
The post
Watch Glass Animals’ Dave Bayley play ‘Heat Waves’ solo
appeared first on NME Music News,
Reviews, Videos, Galleries, Tickets and Blogs | NME.COM.

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