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Glass Animals have announced a new hometown show

They'll play the Oxford date at the start of next month
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Published: 9:28 am, October 25, 2019 Photos: Phil Smithies.
Glass Animals have announced a new hometown show

Glass Animals have announced a new show.

The band, who released their second album 'Life Itself' back in 2016, have revealed they'll play a hometown Oxford show on 1st November at The Bullingdon, with tickets on sale at 5pm today (Friday 25th October) via Dice.

The band were forced to take some time out last year after drummer Joe Seaward was hit by a truck while out on his bike in Dublin, resulting in the cancellation of a run of festival dates.

Now seemingly back at full strength, it appears the quartet are ready to kick off a new era. You can get the full details via the poster below.

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