The song originally appeared without Parks on Glass Animals’ latest album, ‘Dreamland’, which dropped in August.
Parks then teamed up with Glass Animals for a new rendition of the song, which premiered during the Oxford band’s ‘Live In The Internet’ livestream gig in October. The studio version of the song was then released shortly after the show concluded.
Watch Glass Animals and Arlo Parks perform ‘Tangerine’ below:
The band put their own twist on the track, resulting in a slower-paced, psychedelic pop-infused jam.
Watch their take on ‘Mood’ below:
This isn’t the first time Glass Animals and Parks have collaborated. In April, Parks joined Glass Animals frontman Dave Bayley for a cover of Drake’s hit single, ‘Hotline Bling’, as part of Bayley’s ‘Quarantine Covers’ series.
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NME gave Glass Animals’ ‘Dreamland’ four stars, describing it as “stuffed with effervescent nuggets of pop gold”.
“It’s a sun-drenched record of summer tunes that will sound even better when heard at festivals with a tinnie in hand,” the review continued.
“Yet look behind glittering shells of these tunes and you’ll find hugely personal stories, told with new strength and resilience. So stick on your headphones, close your eyes and take a trip to ‘Dreamland’ – you won’t want to leave.”