Watch Glass Animals cover Nirvana’s ‘Heart-Shaped Box’ for first in ‘Quarantine Covers’ series - EpicNews

Glass Animals frontman Dave Bayley has shared a cover of Nirvana traditional ‘Heart-Shaped Box’ – watch it under.

The model, recorded in Bayley’s studio as he self-isolates as a result of coronavirus outbreak, is the first in a forthcoming series of ‘Quarantine Covers’ he might be endeavor.

“Dear friends,” a message under the YouTube video of the cover begins. “I’ve been quarantined in my studio. So I’m taking requests for covers. keep sending over ideas and I’ll try a couple of em. Miss you all stay safe and take care of each other in this strange time. love dave x”


Watch the brand new cover, of a track which Dave calls one in all his favourites of all-time, under.

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The new monitor is the most recent in an extended line of cover variations and stay streams shared this week from artists in quarantine.

Charli XCX has started a new live stream series, happening day by day on her Instagram feed and aimed toward “providing support to those currently self-isolating due to the COVID-19 pandemic”.

Neil Young is also live streaming sessions from his house together with Death Cab For Cutie’s Ben Gibbard, who shared new track ‘Life In Quarantine’ as a part of his ongoing ‘Live From Home’ series.


Glass Animals recently shared new track ‘Your Love (Deja Vu)’, the second preview of an upcoming third album, following 2019 comeback single ‘Tokyo Drifting’, which featured Denzel Curry.

Reviewing the band’s recent intimate show in Manchester, NME wrote: “This is a triumphant return from one of many UK’s most modern bands – whose older materials has aged properly in a local weather extra used to genre-splicing than on the time of their debut.

“Their new material shows even more thrilling leaps forward. Here’s to whatever they do next.”