Glass Animals to Play The Ryman Nov. 27


Returning to Nashville for the third time in just as many years, and graduating from Exit/In to Marathon Music Works, and, now, The Ryman Auditorium, English indie rockers Glass Animals, who we loved this summer at Forecastle Fest, are back in town Nov. 27 in support of their incredible new sophomore effort, How to Be a Human Being. Formed in 2012, initially as a solo vehicle for frontman Dave Bayley, a med student at the time, Glass Animals quickly gained an audience and generated a mountain of buzz with their 2014 debut, Zaba, and have continued to grow since, appearing at countless festivals across the globe and garnering acclaim for their top-notch live show. The Ryman is especially primed for the band’s psychedelic, poppy, and hip hop influenced take on indie rock, so be sure to grab tickets when they go on sale beginning Friday, Sept. 30 at 12 p.m. CDT right here!

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