Revolutionary, incendiary (and necessary), this band have developed rapidly since their first (February/March 2017) headline tour. One year on;


February 2018

02 Glasgow, King Tuts

03 Manchester, Deaf Institute

05 Leicester, The Cookie

06 Swindon, The Victoria

07 Bristol, Louisiana

08 Cardiff, The Globe

09 Brighton, Sticky Mikes

10 Stoke on Trent, The Sugarmill

13 Newcastle, Think Tank Underground

14 Sheffield, Record Junkee

15 Derby, The Venue (Radar Love Club Night)

16 Birmingham, Sunflower Lounge

17 Oxford, The Cellar

19 Southampton, Joiners

21 London, The Lexington

22 Bournemouth, Sixty Million Postcards (18+)

23 Leeds, Brudenell Social Club (Community Room)

24 Ramsgate, Music Hall

Tickets on sale from Friday 1st September via http://facebook.com/TheBlinders

With a naturally passionate and intense presence, this trio mean very much to a growing number of music fans, despite being unknown outside of the UK’s currently exploding underground rock and roll dimension.

Punky and psychaedelic, they are partly inspired by poetry and literature. Their live show is a charismatic, theatrical live experience of intensity, possessed by the spirits of musical greatness. Amidst a myriad of widely varying comparisons, their energy pulses with a unique punkadelic sound. In turn, the music is building a movement.

The Blinders bring with them a youthful, vibrant collective of friends and believers. Musical maverick peers, creators, performers and dreamers, outsiders and insiders united in support of something new and now.

“I’d seen The Blinders live before, it was a life altering experience. An energy that screams “This. Means. War.” and makes you forget the world of shit-politics and watered down rock ‘n’ roll remedies and actually look up upon a stage, and see a hero.” (Dizzy – THE ZINE UK)

“Every once in a while something comes along that is so good, so fresh and so vibrant it completely redefines the concept of what sounds ‘normal’. The goalposts dramatically shift and from then on the bulk of what’s gone before suddenly feels boring and passé. I give you The Blinders, the freshest, most exciting band I have heard for a very, very long time” (LTW)

“The Manchester-based three-piece formerly of Doncaster, are arguably one of the most vital of the current crop of emerging artists, combining visceral political punk rock with enigmatic, psychedelic rawness and poetic overtones” (LITTLE INDIE)

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