After the smash success of their second full length album Dreamland, Indie Oxford four-piece Glass Animals are back with a new single and it’s taken a refreshing look at life after lockdown. 

The song’s message is simple. It touches on how, throughout its ups and downs, these last few months have found people focusing on the good and not the bad. It’s no longer time to dwell on the disappointments, but rather look forward and make up for lost time. 

The vibrant music video for the track sees a boombox yielding character moving through a vibrant super-8 style dance montage video. Each new character socums to the charm of the music, with the boombox perhaps acting as a metaphor for a new cultural perspective post pandemic. The video was directed by Drew Kirsch who has had success with high profile artists such as Taylor Swift, Shakira, and John Legend, has an innate talent for capturing the power of dance.

The track is fresh, vibrant, and catchy, and audiences, new and old, are already awaiting more.