Blood Red Shoes have revealed another track from their forthcoming album ‘Get Tragic’.
Titled ‘Howl’, the band’s Laura-Mary Carter explains: “I wrote this in my mum’s kitchen, it’s about realising that everything in life you have to take charge of yourself and not wait around for someone else to do it. When we worked on it we were partying to a lot of 80s Prince and Janet Jackson, and I can hear that influence on it, definitely very new territory for us!”
The new cut follows the announcement of a pair of intimate ‘Singles Night’ shows next month. Selling out almost instantly, they’ll also see the duo debut their new expanded live set up, which also includes Clarence Clarity and 2:54’s Hannah Thurlow. They’ll play Camden’s Assembly on 7th December, and Brighton’s Sticky Mikes on 11th December for one of the venue’s last ever shows.
‘Get Tragic’ will follow on 25th January 2019, supported by a run of UK and European shows.
You can check out ‘Howl’ below.