Deafheaven Drop Live Version of "Glint"

The song appears on their forthcoming live album '10 Years Gone'
Deafheaven Drop Live Version of 'Glint'
Deafheaven were meant to hit the road with Inter Arma back in spring — before COVID hit — in celebration of the band's 10th anniversary, but in lieu of that, they instead decided to release a studio-recorded live album titled 10 Years Gone. Today, the band have shared a new track from the record, a live version of "Glint."

Following the release of the live album's "Daedalus" — the first song they ever wrote as a band — Deafheaven have now released the live version of the Ordinary Corrupt Human Love favourite, which can be heard below.

"Revisiting the songs in this studio session format with Jack Shirley at Atomic Garden reminded us of how important these years have been," frontman George Clarke said of the record in a previous statement.

Deafheaven will release 10 Years Gone on December 4 via Sargent House. They first teased the record's release back in March, just days after lockdowns began.

Ahead of the album's release next month, you can listen to "Glint (Live)" below.