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The Blinders


BOTH the title and motive behind The Blinders’ new album seems remarkably timely. The album explores numerous internal struggles across its eleven tracks, whether through the tortured sense of self in the vocal catharsis of “Forty Days & Forty Nights” or the  cataclysmic depiction of an introvert’s breaking point on “Black Glass”, who refuses to …

THE BLINDERS’ latest track, “Black Glass”, is a seamlessly evolving, six-minute behemoth, is the final single to be featured from their upcoming album. The track begins tantalisingly slowly, before lead vocalist Thomas Haywood’s commanding “Black Glass” cry is subsequently offset by a parry of jolting lead guitar. The pace then catapults into a violent and …

The Blinders have released a brand new track, ‘Lunatic (With A Loaded Gun)’, which is taken from their upcoming album Fantasies Of A Stay At Home Psychopath, which is now scheduled to be released on 17 July, via Modern Sky UK. The track is fiery anthem of defiance and addresses the ascendance of money-grabbing despots like Trump, …

Something a little bit special is taking place at Salford’s The White Hotel today, with a line up humbly called Future Sounds hosted by Manchester promoters Strange Days. I arrive in time to catch Meggie Brown, a London four piece who channel a lo-fi sound blended with shoegaze and psychedelic vibes. The motley looking quartet …