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Brighton rock duo Blood Red Shoes return with a surprise six-track EP release.

Taking control of their own recording, producing, mixing and “everythingfuckingelse”, the artists continue to push forward even in their 17th year as a band. A deliberately difficult to pronounce title reflects the audio switch for inversion, a theme Laura-Mary and Steven claim fits them to a tee.

New single ‘Misery Loves Company’ also drops today alongside a music video; the track is an angry message to those that love to tell others what they’re doing wrong without doing anything to help themselves, and the video accompaniment is an up close and personal live rendition of the thrashing rock tune.

The band say that ‘Ø’ is them "releasing our energies by jamming out good n loud and writing songs about psychopathic killers, about the grim reaper coming to get you in the night, about fear of intimacy, about those boring damn people who complain online 24/7 but never leave their armchair.”

Pre-orders for physical formats are available, and dates for a 2022 UK and Europe headline tour have also been announced today, going on sale next Wednesday (June 22nd).

Words: Finlay Holden

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