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Blood Red Shoes unveil the menacing ‘Eye To Eye’ + confirm a headline London date

A dive into new depths, it’s the start of a fresh new chapter for the duo - and it’s sounding glorious
Published: 10:25 pm, April 11, 2017
Blood Red Shoes unveil the menacing ‘Eye To Eye’ + confirm a headline London date
Things have been pretty quiet on the whole Blood Red Shoes front, but that’s about to change in a big way with the duo unveiling a fresh new sound with new number ‘Eye To Eye’ - their first new music in over three years.

Drenched in shivering synths and menacing tones, it’s a distinct boot to the jaw to all who thought they knew what Blood Red Shoes are all about. Hypnotic and hooked from the first listen, it points to an unmissable journey ahead for Laura-Mary Carter and Steven Ansell.

Along with new material, Blood Red Shoes have also confirmed a London headline show for June 29th at Oslo, where you can guarantee there’ll be a tantalising glimpse into whats ahead. Tickets for the show are on sale now,

Click play on ‘Eye To Eye’ and get lost in Blood Red Shoes ’17



Blood Red Shoes will play:

JUNE
29 LONDON Oslo

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