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September 2019

Here come Bloxx, with new spinner ‘Sea Blue’ along with a fresh UK tour announcement

They’ll be back spanning the UK on a headline run next April
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Published: 11:15 pm, December 10, 2018Words: Jamie Muir. Photos: Frances Beach.
Here come Bloxx, with new spinner ‘Sea Blue’ along with a fresh UK tour announcement

Not content with stealing our hearts in 2018, Bloxx are gearing up for an equally splendid 2019 with a brand new track dropping alongside news of a fresh UK headline tour.

‘Sea Blue’, a shimmering groover of a track that effortlessly has our hands in the air like its nobody’s business, is the latest track to be revealed from their debut EP ‘Headspace’ - due to land early next year on acclaimed label Chess Club right next to previous numbers ‘Lay Down’ and ‘Monday’.

Bloxx have also revealed their latest UK headline tour for next April, spanning across the country and including their biggest UK headline show to date at London’s Dingwalls on April 10th.

Bloxx are set to play:


03 MILTON KEYNES The Craufurd Arms

04 BIRMINGHAM The Castle & Falcon

05 CARDIFF Tiny Rebel

06 BATH Moles


09 READING Facebar

10 LONDON Dingwalls

11 LEICESTER O2 Academy

12 MIDDLESBOROUGH Westgarth Social Club

13 GLASGOW The Garage

15 NEWCASTLE Northumbria Institute 2

16 YORK Crescent Community Centre

17 LIVERPOOL Phase One

18 DERBY The Venue

19 CAMBRIDGE The Portland Arms

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