Glass Animals go to the desert in Coen Bros-esque new video for Life Itself

Glass Animals go to the desert in Coen Bros-esque new video for Life Itself

Their new album can't come soon enough.

A few weeks ago we got the first taste of Glass Animals' upcoming new album, How To Be A Human Being, with new single Life Itself. The track is very much in line with what made the world (and especially a lot of us down in Australia) fall in love with the group, and now they've shared a wonderfully weird new video clip for the single. At times cinematic, often quite off-putting, it has a very Coen Brothers feel about it - No Country For Old Men springs to mind. Enjoy it below, and catch 'em in the country soon when they play some east coast dates in early July.

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TOUR DATES:

Tue 5 July - 170 Russell St, Melbourne (NEW SHOW)

Wed 6 July – 170 Russell St, Melbourne (SOLD OUT)

Thur 7 July – The Triffid, Brisbane

Sat 9 July – Metro Theatre, Sydney

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