Newly signed with Modern Sky UK, The Blinders were recently in the studio with Gavin Monaghan at Magic Garden Studios and a single is imminent and a debut album is due later this year.
Tickets are steadily selling, mostly by word of mouth, for the band’s first DIY headline tour defining Britain’s rock renaissance with an articulate, dramatic fusion of punk, prose and politics.
“another year, another collection of the outright impossibles becoming possible. here’s to those who have allowed us to blossom in ways unimaginable, and also to those who have taken even the slightest amount of interest in our music. thank you. We’ve been quiet these last couple of months, but in reality we’ve been working our fingers to the bone behind closed doors, and are finally delighted to share with you all that we have indeed been focusing on our debut album. but in the meantime we shall be embarking on our first UK headline tour in february.”
Don’t miss out. Take the ride. Ticket availability is low at some dates.
02 Glasgow King Tuts 18+. with Shambolics and Ranzas
03 Manchester Deaf Institute 18+ (sold out) with Strange Bones and Lyerr Band
05 Leicester The Cookie 14+.
06 Swindon The Victoria 16+. with Farebrother
07 Bristol Louisiana 16+. with Skin
08 Cardiff The Globe 14+. with Bute
09 Brighton Sticky Mikes 18+.
10 Stoke On Trent The Sugarmill 14+. with Release + Filth
13 Newcastle Think Tank Underground 14+. with Savana
14 Sheffield Record Junkee 14+. with Lyerr Band
15 Derby The Venue 14+. with The Honeymoon Suite and Floodhounds
16 Birmingham Sunflower Lounge 16+. with Paper Bouys, The Clause
17 Oxford The Cellar 18+. with Brixtons + Waterfools
19 Southampton Joiners 14+.
21 London The Lexington 18+. with The Americas
22 Bournemouth Sixty Million Postcards 18+. Free Entry
23 Leeds Brudenell (Community Room) 14+. with Naked Six, Sounds Like A Storm
24 Ramsgate Music Hall All Ages with The Gallerys
Ticket links and band news updates via https://www.facebook.com/theblindersband
The Doncaster born trio have taken the UK live circuit by storm in 2017 with a blend of proto punk politics and psychedelia laden lyricism the band are a force to be reckoned with. Their influences range from Leonard Cohen to George Orwell and allow the band to summon up a spectrum of sounds.
Consisting of vocalist and guitarist Thomas Haywood, bassist Charlie McGough and drummer Matthew Neale the three piece formed in late 2014 before relocating to Manchester.
Having toured the UK with the likes of The Charlatans, The View and Cabbage, the trio bring an intense and brooding live show that can intoxicate and infatuate any audience. Combined with a long list of festival performances including Reading and Leeds, TRNSMT and Isle Of Wight, The Blinders turn heads and move feet wherever they go.
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