February 19, 2008 17:40

Blood Red Shoes announce album details

Brighton duo finally reveal title and tracklisting

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Blood Red Shoes have announced the details of their debut album.

The long-expected record will be called 'Box Of Secrets', and is released on April 14.

"It's a phrase me and Steven (Ansell, drums) have,” explained Laura-Mary Carter of the album title. “It means things that we can talk about with each other, but that we can’t share with anyone else. Sometimes one of us will say something, and then the other will be like, 'There's something for the box of secrets'… The box is getting pretty full now.”

Meanwhile the album will feature the following songs:

'Doesn't Matter Much'
'You Bring Me Down'
'Try Harder'
'Say Something Say Anything'
'I Wish I Was Someone Better'
'Take The Weight'
'ADHD'
'This Is Not For You'
'It's Getting Boring By The Sea'
'Forgive Nothing'
'Hope You Are Holding Up'



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