The Blinders – Live at the Brudenell in October

The Blinders release their debut album, Columbia, on 21 September, ahead of their October/November 22-date UK tour and looking back at their headlining performances at Reading and Leeds Festival.



The album includes Brave New World and ‘L’Etat C’Est Moi’, which was a Huw Stephens Tune Of The Week on Radio 1.  This is a remarkable debut, showcasing The Blinders as a significant part of a new generation of British bands who are politically engaged.


Citing Sheffield’s Arctic Monkeys as their local heroes, their inspiration also comes from literary greats George Orwell and Jack Kerouac, together with Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Kanye West and The Wytches.


The Blinders ‘Brave New World’:

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Mon 15 Manchester Academy 2

Tues 16 Newcastle The Cluny

Thurs 18  Hull The Adelphi

Fri 19   Cardiff SWN Festival

Sat 20 Cardiff SWN Festival

Mon 22 Stoke-On-Trent The Sugarmill

Tues 23 Birmingham The Castle & Falcon

Weds 24 Nottingham Bodega

Thurs  25 Derby The Venue

Fri 26 Sheffield Plug

Sun 28 Leeds Brudenell Social Club/support Calva Louise

Mon 29 Liverpool Buyers Club

Tues 30 Aberdeen, Drummonds



Thurs 1  Preston The Ferret

Fri 2 York The Crescent

Sat 3 Lincoln 2Q Festival

Mon 5  Oxford The Bullingdon

Tues 6  Cambridge The Portland Arms

Weds 7  London The Garage

Fri 9  Southampton Heartbreakers

Sat 10  Brighton The Haunt

Sun 11 Bristol Thekla

Adam combines his interest in Leeds with a flair for writing discovered back in school days. He says he’ll tackle any topic as long as it’s Leeds.

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