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    Leave it to some Brit boys to get you lost in the jungle.

    In you go, “Black Mambo.” It’s dark all around. Glow of little eyes, little eyes, little eyes. Do you hear the rumble? The trip-hop noise in the night? Deep woods whistle and gurgle? It’s oh so psychedelic when you land in “Pools” of stardust ferns and Muppets doing the jitterbug. Oh, to be “twisted in the willow vines” and “wrapped in life and ultra green.” (Lines taken from lyrics; Glass Animals’ vocalist and songwriter David Bayley draws from his studies in neuroscience to go middle brain/ deep wild.)

    If you haven’t already heard Glass Animals, or their debut album, Zaba, released in June 2014, you’re in for soul, synthpop, indie rock, and psychedelic insomnia. You’re in for lots of dancing and some slow groove. These Oxford boys turn this world on its ass and into

     the jungle where the unnamed lurk and imagination is endless. 

    Glass Animals plays Headliners on Tuesday, 12/2. Tickets are $12 in advance, $15 DOS. Doors at 9 PM. Ellie Herring opens.

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    About Arielle Reyna Christian

    Oh me! Just a screamer and dreamer. Poet, know it. Righter writer. Too much wordplay is good for the soul. Arts all around. Hooty hoo!

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