Glass Animals' are primed and ready to be everywhere, and as Wolf Tone's first signers, Paul Epworth's new record label (the same Paul Epworth behind behind, Adele, Florence and the Machine, and Bruno Mars), they have the kind of support that can make that a reality.

With all that in mind, it's a surprise that 'Holiest', the newest track released from their upcoming EP Gooey isn't their starring moment, it's Tei-Shi's. They let the Brooklyn singer run away with it as they play backing band, and swiftly demonstrate an early knack for collaborations.

Glass Animals' new EP Gooey is out on April 7th via Wolf Tone.

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