GLASS ANIMALS were supposed to perform at Pohoda festival in 2018, however, they had to cancel the rest of the tour due to drummer Joe Seaward’s serious injury. After a three-year break, the popular British band recorded a new song Tokyo Drifting (with Danzel Curry) in autumn 2019, kindling hope in us as well. Shortly after the New Year, brilliant news arrived from the islands, so after announcing events such as Glastonbury, Coachella or Bonnaroo, the attenders of Pohoda 2020 will get a chance to see the great British band GLASS ANIMALS, too.
“Intelligent pop” is the expression that many of us would think of as an oxymoron, but the thing is true for the work of the great British band GLASS ANIMALS. The members of Glass Animals have known each other since they were thirteen, but they founded the band only seven years ago. Their first concert took place in the same club as Radioheadʼs concert did. In 2012, they released EP Leaflingsand shortly after that, Paul Epworth (producer for Adele and Rihanna and a several Grammy awards winner) got to see them perform live in London; they soon became the first release of his new label, Wolf Tone.