Last week Glass Animals vocalist Dave Bayley took to Twitter in an attempt to get a response with trying to locate some lost equipment. In the first tweet, Bayley wrote that the music equipment is "irreplaceable" and that he's "tried every avenue".

Over the next few days, Bayley continued to tweet British Airways asking for an update, and revealed that the equipment is "geo-tagged and BA have a map to its precise location from which it hasn’t moved an inch for a whole week."

Yesterday (3 July) he shared another tweet, writing, "Hey British is just another reminder that my equipment has still not been returned…nearly two weeks now…? want to help at some point? If not, the police have agreed to escort one of our team to come and collect the bag next week. - Dave."

British Airways finally responded, but it looks like it wasn't helpful in the slightest, as Bayley responded, "that is just completely false, a kind man who works at the airport told me he found it based on the map I sent, and delivered it to british airways management…it has been traced for two weeks! and now delivered to you! …just need you to give it back to me!"

He's yet to reveal if he's managed to retrieve the equipment.

Back in April Glass Animals released a new version of last year's "I Don't Wanna Talk (I Just Wanna Dance)" featuring The Strokes' Albert Hammond Jr..