Glass Animals have paired up with Chicago rapper Jean Deaux on new track 'Woozy'.
Glass Animals take a cerebral, scientific approach to pop music. Sculpting forward thinking beats that sit somewhere between post-punk and the more avant garde wing of techno, the band also have an itchy, awkward sense of funk.
It's something which comes to the fore on new cut 'Woozy'. Placed online, it finds the Oxford group trading blows with Chicago rapper Jean Deaux.
Herself no stranger to thinking outside the box, 'Woozy' matches two talents who are adept at lingering on the fringes, at carving out their own identity.
Check it out below.
Glass Animals are aiming to release their debut album through Paul Epworth's Wolf Tone label in Spring 2014. The band have confirmed the following show:
14 London Concrete
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