Touring in support of their latest record release How To Be A Human Being, Glass Animals stopped by Rebel in Toronto and AMBY had the pleasure of interviewing their frontman Dave Bayley ahead of the show. To learn more about the album, dive into our latest video where we also
Welcome to our eleventh episode of In The Loop! On today’s episode, AMBY owner Alicia tells everyone about an amazing Vinyl Me, Please giveaway we're contesting.
Our prize pack includes a 3-month subscription to Vinyl Me, Please and their September record of the month: Glass Animals’ How To Be A Human
AMBY can't get enough of Vinyl Me, Please -- the world’s “best damn record club”. Each month, VMP help music enthusiasts discover new artists as they share their selected Record of the Month (September's ROTM being How To Be A Human Being by Glass Animals) and curate and press essential
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Photos by Emily Chavarie | @emily_chavarie
Partially flooded campsites, controversy over a DJ locked in a cage at Leeds Festival, a regional train strike, and frequently poor weather did very little to dampen the spirits of the thousands and thousands of music fans who embarked on their annual pilgrimage to one of the most iconic UK
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Photos by Rick Clifford | @rcstills
The 15th annual Blissfields Festival is only just round the corner and we've been looking at the line-up closely to find our favourite bands and songs that we'll be looking out for at the festival. Over the past 15 years Blissfields has featured the likes of Sam Smith, Frank Turner
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Photos by Daniela Tantalo | @DGMT16
As a medical student, I guess it's only fitting that my first concert review for AMBY be on Glass Animals, a band started by Dave Brayley after he received his degree in medicine from King's College London. Once an aspiring psychiatrist, Dave now finds himself lead singer of the slinky-smooth