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Liverpool Sound City 2018: The Blinders

by Lois Warrington. Published Tue 08 May 2018 19:26

The Blinders came rolling in thunderous and explosive in District this past Saturday at Sound City.

District turned into a dungeon of flying ket wigs whilst keeping up with the band's mind twisting rock and roll allure.

Dressed in black both on the outside and the inside, frontman and guitarist Tom is lyrically volatile - keeping the crowd fixated on his demeanour.

Their tracks L'Etat C'est Moi and Brave New World kicked off the crowd in a punk fuelled gripping fashion a pit opened. Souls were left devoured, squirming for more of The Blinders.

There is no denying the passion of the Doncaster lads Matty, Charlie and Tom, their political edge is like adding salt to the open wounds of our minds and now we are stinging and can't stop shouting 'I've got divine right' when someone gets served before you at the bar.

The Blinders next play Borderline in London with White Room on the 6th June. Take a mouth guard, knee pads and a bobble for your ket wig but don't miss out!

Purple Revolver rating: 4/5



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