"Credit is due as well to the band’s stage design which, in addition to the pineapple disco ball, featured large, light-up boxes that dramatically set the colourspace of each song. Glass Animals’ light show trends perhaps most closely to British contemporary alt-J; the show was exquisitely choreographed, down to the beat, mirroring the attention to detail present in the band’s albums and throwing the four band members into stark, colourful relief. The disco ball, with its million brilliant rays of golden light, was used sparingly, injecting shock-and-awe moments before receding into the fog."  Photo by Pooneh Ghana
       
     
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 "Credit is due as well to the band’s stage design which, in addition to the pineapple disco ball, featured large, light-up boxes that dramatically set the colourspace of each song. Glass Animals’ light show trends perhaps most closely to British contemporary alt-J; the show was exquisitely choreographed, down to the beat, mirroring the attention to detail present in the band’s albums and throwing the four band members into stark, colourful relief. The disco ball, with its million brilliant rays of golden light, was used sparingly, injecting shock-and-awe moments before receding into the fog."
       
     
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 "Credit is due as well to the band’s stage design which, in addition to the pineapple disco ball, featured large, light-up boxes that dramatically set the colourspace of each song. Glass Animals’ light show trends perhaps most closely to British contemporary alt-J; the show was exquisitely choreographed, down to the beat, mirroring the attention to detail present in the band’s albums and throwing the four band members into stark, colourful relief. The disco ball, with its million brilliant rays of golden light, was used sparingly, injecting shock-and-awe moments before receding into the fog."  Photo by Pooneh Ghana
       
     

"Credit is due as well to the band’s stage design which, in addition to the pineapple disco ball, featured large, light-up boxes that dramatically set the colourspace of each song. Glass Animals’ light show trends perhaps most closely to British contemporary alt-J; the show was exquisitely choreographed, down to the beat, mirroring the attention to detail present in the band’s albums and throwing the four band members into stark, colourful relief. The disco ball, with its million brilliant rays of golden light, was used sparingly, injecting shock-and-awe moments before receding into the fog."

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 "Credit is due as well to the band’s stage design which, in addition to the pineapple disco ball, featured large, light-up boxes that dramatically set the colourspace of each song. Glass Animals’ light show trends perhaps most closely to British contemporary alt-J; the show was exquisitely choreographed, down to the beat, mirroring the attention to detail present in the band’s albums and throwing the four band members into stark, colourful relief. The disco ball, with its million brilliant rays of golden light, was used sparingly, injecting shock-and-awe moments before receding into the fog."
       
     

"Credit is due as well to the band’s stage design which, in addition to the pineapple disco ball, featured large, light-up boxes that dramatically set the colourspace of each song. Glass Animals’ light show trends perhaps most closely to British contemporary alt-J; the show was exquisitely choreographed, down to the beat, mirroring the attention to detail present in the band’s albums and throwing the four band members into stark, colourful relief. The disco ball, with its million brilliant rays of golden light, was used sparingly, injecting shock-and-awe moments before receding into the fog."

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Photo by Pooneh Ghana

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