Glass Animals Timeline 2010-Present

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Glass Animals Timeline

Formed – 2010 
Members – Dave Bayley (b. 1989), Drew MacFarlane (b. 1988) , Edmund Irwin-Singer (b.1988), Joe Seaward (b.1988)
From – Oxford, England
First Hit -2020 – ‘Heat Waves’
First Number 1 – 2020  ‘Heat Waves’ (Australia)

Glass Animals Timeline

2010 (during)
Dave Bayley, Drew MacFarlane, Edmund Irwin Singer and Joe Seaward formed the group Glass Animals. The four had met at St Edward’s School, Oxford.
2012 (20th November)
The single ‘Cocoa Hooves’ was released.
2012 (28th May)
The EP ‘Leaflings’ was released.
2013 (during)
The EP ‘Black Mambo / Exxus’ was released in Europe. The US release was titled ‘Glass Animals’.
2013 (16th June)
The single ‘Black Mambo’ was released.
2014 (during)
The EP ‘Pools’ was released.
2014 (during)
The group visited the United States for the first time and performed at South by Southwest, Austin, Texas.
2014 (14th February)
The single ‘Gooey’ was released. it reached number 36 in the UK charts.
2014 (17th April)
The single ‘Pools’ was released.
2014 (9th June)
The album ‘Zaba’ was released. It reached number 92 in the UK and number 177 in the US charts.
2014 (13th October)
The single ‘Hazey’ was released.
2015 (during)
The group began a tour of 130 concerts.
2015 (17th February)
The remix album ‘Remixes’ was released.
2015 (24th February)
Glass Animals made an appearance on ‘The Late Show with David Letterman’.
2015 (6th October)
The single ‘Lose Control’ recorded with rapper Joey Bada$$ was released.
2016 (18th May)
The single ‘Life Itself’ was released.
2016 (27th July)
The single ‘Youth’ was released.
2016 (23rd August)
The single ‘Season 2 Episode 3’ was released.
2016 (26th August)
The album ‘How to be a Human Being’ was released. It reached number 23 in the UK and number 20 in the US charts.
2017 (21st January)
The single ‘Pork Soda’ was released.
2017 (9th June)
The single ‘Agnes’ was released.
2018 (July)
The group had to cancel concert dates after drummer Joe Seaward suffered a broken leg and fractured skull when he was knocked off his bicycle by a lorry.
2019 (13th November)
The single ‘Tokyo Drifting’ with Denzel Curry was released.
2020 (19th February)
The single ‘Your Love (Deja Vu)’ was released.
2020 (1st May)
The single ‘Dreamland’ was released.
2020 (29th June)
The single ‘Heat Waves’ was released. It reached number 5 in the UK and number 1 in the US Charts.
2020 (31st July)
The single ‘It’s All So Incredibly Loud’ was released.
2020 (7th August)
The album ‘Dreamland’ was released. It reached number 2 in the UK and number 7 in the US charts.
2020 (October)
The single ‘Tangerine’ with Arlo Parks was released.
2020 (9th October)
‘Heat Waves’ featured on the FIFA 21 soundtrack.
2020 (20th November)
The EP ‘Adulthood’ was released.
2020 (4th December)
The EP ‘Adolescence’ was released.
2021 (8th January)
The EP ‘Childhood’ was released.
2021 (18th March)
The EP ‘Heatwaves’ was released.
2021 (10th September)
The single ‘I Don’t Wanna Talk (I Just Wanna Dance)’ was released.
2021 (1st October)
The track ‘I Don’t Wanna Talk (I Just Wanna Dance)’ featured on the FIFA 22 soundtrack.
2022 (25th June)
Glass Animals performed at Glastonbury appearing on the Other Stage.
2022 (5th August)
The album ‘Dreamland: Real Life Edition’ will be released.

 

Published Jul 15, 2022 @ 2:04 pm – Updated – Jul 15, 2022 @ 2:07 pm

Harvard Reference for Glass Animals Timeline:

Heather Y Wheeler. (2022). Glass Animals Timeline 2010 – Present. Available: https://www.totallytimelines.com/glass-animals-timeline Last accessed July 15th, 2022