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If you like the same bands they obviously do, you’ve heard it all before.
They were enjoying themselves and were gracious with the small crowd, playing a solid set with no slacking off.
UK duo release three track EP.
There were a lot of things about it that we did in a different way and it helped us figure shit out and actually it’s made it a lot easier to write since.
Armed with tracks from their killer new album 'In Time to Voices', Brighton-based alternative rock duo Blood Red Shoes are heading to Australia for the first time ever later this year, playing two headline shows as well as at this year’s Pyramid Rock Festival at Phillip Island in Victoria and Peat’s Ridge Festival at Glenworth Valley in NSW. Ahead of their maiden visit, Killyourstereo caught up with vocalist and drummer Steven Ansell.
Gone is the youthful energy of the first two albums, replaced by an abundance of reverb and introspective lyrics.
In Time To Voices is an undeniably impressive album for a two-piece who have come a long way since their debut in 2008, and are showing great signs of a musical coming-of-age.
Let’s hope they have the strength to wipe the slate clean and find their inner rebel once more.
Small band offers big sound on album number two