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Blossoms have shared a vid for the best song on their new album, check out 'If You Think This Is Real Life'

The band's new album is out this week.
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Published: 10:35 am, January 28, 2020
Blossoms have shared a vid for the best song on their new album, check out 'If You Think This Is Real Life'

Blossoms have shared a new video for 'If You Think This Is Real Life'.

An early 'bangers of the year' contender, it's a highlight from the band's new album 'Foolish Loving Spaces', due on 31st January. Find out more about the release in the February issue of Dork, out now.

They've also a run of dates in support throughout the first half of February:

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6 Leeds - Beckett University
9 Preston - Blitz - Early show/ Late show
13 London - Pryzm - Early show / Late show
15 Liverpool - O2 Academy

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