January 25, 2012 12:11

Blood Red Shoes to release 'ambitious' new album 'In Time To Voices' in March

The duo will tour the UK in April and May

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Blood Red Shoes are set to release their third album, 'In Time To Voices', on March 26.

Laura-Mary Carter and Steven Ansell will precede the release of the album with the single 'Cold', which is out on March 19. "Steven started playing this weird drum beat in a soundcheck and I wanted to make it into a song, so I found this mean riff to play over it," says Carter of 'Cold'. "It has this hip-hop groove which is something we'd never tried before."

The album was recorded at The Motor Museum in Liverpool and co-produced with Mike Crossey (Arctic Monkeys, Foals, Tribes). Of 'In Time To Voices', Carter says: "With this album we totally threw out the rulebook of how we write and record. We decided we wanted to make a really ambitious record, not something which reflects our live show but something which is only limited by our imaginations and not by how many instruments we use onstage."

Blood Red Shoes will tour the UK throughout April and May.

The 'In Time To Voices' tracklisting is:

In Time To Voices
Lost Kids
Cold
Two Dead Minutes
The Silence And The Drones
Night Light
Je Me Perds
Stop Kicking
Slip Into Blue
Down Here In The Dark
7 Years

Blood Red Shoes play:

Brighton Concorde 2 (April 27)
Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms (28)
Oxford 02 Academy 2 (29)
Bristol Trinity (1)
Norwich Waterfront (2)
London Heaven (3)
Birmingham HMV Library (4)
Manchester Academy 2 (5)
Liverpool Zanzibar (7)
Newcastle Cluny (8)
Aberdeen Tunnels (9)
Glasgow King Tuts (10)
Leeds The Cockpit (12)
Nottingham Rescue Rooms (13)

Tickets go on general sale at 9am on January 27.


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