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Blood Red Shoes

Music / Indie, Rock / United Kingdom

Much has changed since Laura-Mary Carter and Steven Ansell released their debut, “Box Of Secrets”, in 2008. The world is now a different place, but the sound of Blood Red Shoes still functions as an accusatory yet also urgent accompaniment to the attitude towards life in the so-called West. The duo survived the garage rock revival and emerged even stronger. New ideas were tried and implemented, and the group’s song writing sharpened. Dance-punk and alternative or even pop elements also found their way into the duo’s multi-layered studio material without resulting in the loss of the dirty BRS signature sound. The fact that the group are repeatedly mentioned in the same breath with names such as PJ Harvey, The New Pornographers, or even The White Stripes is therefore no coincidence. Quite the opposite. Last year, their sixth studio album, “Ghosts On Tape”, showed why Blood Red Shoes are still a force to be reckoned with – especially live on stage.

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