Glass Animals Announce Forthcoming ‘Tour Of Earth’

Glass Animals Announce Forthcoming ‘Tour Of Earth’

Glass Animals have announced their 2024 global “Tour Of Earth.” Promoted by Live Nation, the 41-date tour sees the band headlining the biggest venues of their career thus far and kicks off on Wednesday, August 7 in Charlotte, NC at PNC Music Pavilion.

The run includes stops across North America, Europe, and the UK in Toronto, New York, Nashville, Chicago, Vancouver, Inglewood, Paris, Milan, Amsterdam, Glasgow, and more before wrapping up with an epic hometown performance in London, UK at The O2.

The Grammy-nominated and BRIT-nominated, Diamond-selling British band will be joined by special guests Kevin Abstract, Eyedress, and Blondshell on select dates throughout the North America leg. The Big Moon will join on all dates across Europe and the UK.

The tour will find the band playing many iconic venues around the world for the first time, including Madison Square Garden in New York, Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, The Gorge Amphitheatre in Seattle, Kia Forum in Inglewood, 3Arena in Dublin, The O2 in London, and many more.

Yesterday, Glass Animals announced details of their highly anticipated fourth studio album, I Love You So F***ing Much, set for release on July 19. The album was introduced by the band’s new single, “Creatures in Heaven.”

I Love You So F***ing Much is the follow-up to 2020’s critically revered Dreamland, which sold over 12 million copies globally and gave life to “Heat Waves,” the record-breaking song that became the biggest international hit from a British band in almost 30 years.

It was the first song by a British band since the Spice Girls’ “Wannabe” in 1995 to claim No.1 for five consecutive weeks on the Billboard Hot 100, and the first song to reach No.1 with a single writer and producer since Pharell’s “Happy.”

It led to the pop world’s biggest acts, including Florence Welch, all wanting to work with Glass Animals frontman, songwriter, and producer, Dave Bayley. But the birth of I Love You So F***ing Much was an existential crisis. Dave found himself struggling to make sense of this newfound global stardom, having watched it all happen while the world was in lockdown. The new album is the result of reckoning with these struggles.

Visit Glass Animals’ official website for tour dates and ticket information.

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