Blood Red Shoes stream new album online – listen

Band preview new self-titled album online ahead of release

Photo: Next Previous

Photo Gallery: Blood Red Shoes

Blood Red Shoes are streaming their new self-titled album online. Scroll down and click to listen.

The Brighton duo's fourth studio LP is the follow-up to their 2012 effort 'In Time To Voices' and will be released on March 3, 2014.

Talking previously about the new material, drummer and singer Steve Ansell said: "For this album we packed up all our stuff, got in a van and drove to Berlin, where we lived for months in a rented studio space. No producer, no engineer, no A&R people, just us two in a big concrete room in Kreuzberg, jamming and recording our songs whenever we wanted, how we wanted with nobody to answer to except ourselves. It came out as our rawest, heaviest, sexiest and most confident sounding record so far."

The 'Blood Red Shoes' tracklisting is as follows:

'Welcome Home'
'Everything All At Once'
'An Animal'
'Grey Smoke'
'Far Away'
'The Perfect Mess'
'Behind A Wall'
'Stranger'
'Speech Coma'
'Don't Get Caught'
'Cigarettes In The Dark'
'Tightwire'


Blood Red Shoes will also play an intimate show to celebrate the album's release at London, Camden's Black Heart before embarking on a full tour of the UK in April in support of the LP. The 10-date tour will begin in Nottingham on April 22 and run through to May 2 with a gig at Leeds Cockpit.

They will play:

London Black Heart (March 4)
Nottingham Bodega (April 22)
Bristol Trinity (23)
Birmingham Academy 2 (24)
Brighton Concorde 2 (25)
Glasgow Oran Mor (27)
Manchester Club Academy (28)
Norwich Waterfront (29)
London Electric Ballroom (30)
Leeds Cockpit (May 2)


Tickets are available from 9am, Friday January 24. To check the availability of Blood Red Shoes tickets and get all the latest listings, head to NME.COM/tickets.


Read More On This Artist

More News
TV on the radio premiere skateboarding video for song 'Lazerray'
Kasabian to headline Poland's Open'er Festival 2015
1,000 Foo Fighters fans in Italy plan to simultaneously play 'Learn to Fly'
George Harrison, The Bee Gees to be honoured with The Recording Academy's Lifetime...
Single hidden by Jack White inside furniture found a decade later
The Maccabees on new album: 'It's stripped back, fewer layers, more piano'
Alt-J, Florence + The Machine, The War On Drugs to play Sweden's Way Out West festival
Blink-182's Tom DeLonge discusses plans for punk trio's new album
Karen O says label boss Julian Casablancas is 'a fucking amazing guy'
The Wombats announce details of new album 'Glitterbug'
Sam Smith becomes only artist to sell one million albums in UK and US in 2014
London superclub Fabric respond to reports they are facing closure after drug-related deaths
Pussy Riot: 'Our goal is not to make a political album'
Azealia Banks accuses Eminem of sexism in his music
Gerard Way 'made plans to work with' The Libertines' Carl Barat
The Smiths' Mike Joyce says Queen should wear 'Queen is Dead' T-shirt during...
Wu-Tang Clan tried to get James Blake to feature on 'A Better Tomorrow'
Royal Blood 'wanted to support Foo Fighters before even starting the band'
Spectres announce UK tour dates
Taylor Swift was surprised at industry's reaction to her decision to leave Spotify
Ride, Bastille, Duran Duran and more to play tiny War Child gigs
Noel Gallagher's teenage daughter recalls how he embarrassed her in front of Harry Styles

More News

Comments

Please login to add your comment.

Latest Tickets - Booking Now
 
Know Your NME
 

 
NME Store & Framed Prints
Inside NME.COM