Glass Animals, an Oxfordshire-based quartet with an ear for trip-hop and psychedelic indie pop have announced their debut trip to Australia with shows in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane.

Finding a strong connection between artwork and music, David Bayley (vocals) has crafted music that bounds playfully throughout their sparse, lofty soundscape. A little bit psychedelic, a little bit synthy, and a little bit modern edge. Glass Animals are the first signing to Wolf Tone, the new label started by producer Paul Epworth, who is best known for producing and co-writing Adele’s "Rolling in the Deep," in addition to working with artists like Bruno Mars, Foster The People and Florence & The Machine.

Glass Animals first single, eclectic synth-pop "Psylla" has reached Australian radios, with Triple J play and becoming popular additions to many a playlist.

Lovers of bands like Alt-J and Purity Ring will find themselves crazy over the eccentric yet inventive use of musical instruments that this band have perfected.

Tickets on sale Tuesday 11th February

"Glass Animals create a formula that leaves you curled in a corner marvelling at their brilliance" - Clash Music.