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September 2019

Bloxx are back with a shiny new pop tune - check out ‘Headspace’

It's from their new EP of the same name.
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Published: 10:30 am, February 27, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
Bloxx are back with a shiny new pop tune - check out ‘Headspace’

Bloxx have dropped a new single called ‘Headspace’.

It’s the fourth and final track from their new EP of the same name, which is out today via Chess Club Records - check the release out in full below.

The foursome are about to head out on their biggest headline tour to date, which includes a headliner at London's Dingwalls.

They’ll also play a few festivals over summer, including Liverpool Sound City, Dot to Dot, Community and Reading & Leeds.

Bloxx will play:

3 The Craufurd Arms, Milton Keynes
4 The Castle & Falcon, Birmingham
5 Tiny Rebel, Cardiff
6 Moles Club, Bath
7 The Forum, Tunbridge Wells
9 Facebar, Reading
10 Dingwalls, London
11 O2 Academy Leicester, Leicester
12 Westgarth Social Club, Middlesbrough
13 The Garage, Glasgow
15 Northumbria Institute 2, Newcastle
16 The Crescent Community Centre, York
17 Phase One, Liverpool
18 The Venue, Derby
19 The Portland Arms, Cambridge

5 Liverpool Sound City Festival
25 Dot-to-Dot Festival

30 Community Festival, London

23 Reading and Leeds Festival

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