Glass Animals enter cosmic new era with new album ‘I Love You So F***ing Much’

Glass Animals announce their fourth studio album 'I Love You So F***ing Much,' a testament to human connection against the universe's vast backdrop, releasing on July 19, 2024.

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Glass Animals, the British band known for their global and platinum diamond-selling achievements, have announced their fourth studio album, I Love You So F***ing Much, set for release on July 19, 2024. This announcement comes with the first glimpse of the album through the single ‘Creatures in Heaven’.

The new album emerges from a period of existential questioning for frontman Dave Bayley, who found himself contemplating newfound global stardom amidst a world in lockdown. Bayley found inspiration in a moment of isolation during one of California’s biggest storms, leading to profound reflections on love and human connection.

‘Creatures in Heaven’ is described by Bayley as a song about the transformative power of momentary connections, whether fleeting or lasting, and their eternal beauty.

In anticipation of the album, Glass Animals engaged fans with cryptic messages and a landing page echoing themes of existential inquiry and love, sparking a vast response. The band’s approach to fan engagement continues the conversation about love’s power in an often cold world.

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With I Love You So F***ing Much, Glass Animals explore the theme of love against the universe’s backdrop, promising an intimate look at love’s many forms through ten tracks. The album reflects on the band’s journey, their exploration of personal and universal themes, and their continuous connection with fans.

As Glass Animals prepare for the album’s release, they have also announced intimate pop-up shows, with performances scheduled in California and Mexico City. These shows, along with the upcoming album, mark a new chapter in Glass Animals’ journey, inviting listeners to join their love space odyssey.

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