Glass Animals Heat Things Up With ‘Heat Waves’ Remixes!

Glass Animals Heat Things Up With ‘Heat Waves’ Remixes!

We’re huge simps for Glass Animals and have been playing their No. 1 album Dreamland on repeat since last summer. But this week, they’ve blessed us all over again. This time with a series of remixes in their ‘Heat Waves (Expansion Pack).’ We might not be able to go to the club right now, but Glass Animals are bringing the club to us!

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Heat Waves (Expansion Pack) Artwork

Featuring remixes from Oliver Heldens and Sonny Fodera, this latest release is a beach bonanza that promises brighter days ahead. Both are high energy in entirely different and opposing ways. While Helden’s remix makes us want to party on a beach in paradise, Fodera’s signature style has made us crave a sweaty underground beach bar. Either way, both are an absolute Glass Animals fest of content!

Sonny Fodera’s offering is hypnotically mesmerizing. By turning up the track’s tempo that already packed a punch with a strong beat, he’s taken the track to a new level. Utilizing lead singer Dave Bayley’s exquisite harmonies, Fodera has managed to create a traditional house club-style remix. It’s so good you’ll be able to catch us vibing to it with the lights off for months to come!

Glass Animals – ‘Heat Waves (Oliver Heldens Remix)’

If you’re looking for more of a laid back dance floor sound, then Oliver Heldens is your guy! Despite a slowed tempo, the track’s dynamics bring so many levels to the song that we’re in love with. The Dutchman builds the track to euphoric crescendos with the ecstatic drops primed to cause an absolute stir amongst any crowd.

Loving Glass Animals’ remixes as much as we do? Can’t stop bopping along in bed? Feel free to share our excitement in the comments. Or tweet us @TheHoneyPOP on Twitter!

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