azz Life, the label founded by Brighton duo Blood Red Shoes, will release its first single on 1st December. Available on 7” only, Tigercub’s single ‘Centrefold’ will be the first release through Jazz Life outside of Blood Red Shoes’ album earlier this year. Also hailing from Brighton, Tigercub:Read More
A fiercely ambitious band, Blood Red Shoes have clear aims for the album: they want it to power them on another massive tour around the world. Their long-running tours have won them huge audiences from Indonesia to Russia, Australia and beyond. Issuing the teaser for their new single, the first message received back was from a fan saying he hoped there was one in Ethiopia.
The most important thing, for Carter and Ansell, is that they’ve rediscovered the passion at their core. “You know like what it felt like when you’re a kid in art class and the teacher goes out and you just throw the paint around?” asks Ansell. “That’s the feeling of freedom that I can hear in the record. It’s really sloppy, and I love that about it.”
Blood Red Shoes’ video to new single ‘Speech Coma’, out through Jazz Life on 2nd June, has been the focus of considerable controversy. Directed by ‘Brian and Karl’, the disturbing video portrays a singer,Read More
It’s often been said that Brighton two piece, Blood Red Shoes are ‘too pop for rock fans and too rock for pop fans’. Over recent years, a scuzzy duo has become synonymous for a massive noise that doesn’t correlate to the sum of its parts. Take Deap Vally, DZ Deathrays,Read More
Blood Red Shoes have announced details of a UK tour in April/May. The dates will be the band’s first since playing a sold-out show at Shepherd’s Bush Empire last January and will feature DZ Deathrays and Slaves as rotating main support acts.Read More
Blood Red Shoes will release their new, self-titled album through Jazz Life on 3rd March. Produced and recorded by the band in Berlin, and mixed by indie god John Agnello, Blood Red Shoes is the follow up to 2012’s much-lauded In Time To Voices.Read More