Don't Miss: Blossoms UK Tour

by Hayley Turner McIntyre // Photo by Viva Manchester (, Mar 14, 2018

Stockport indie trio Blossoms drop their new single and announce a UK tour for June

Grab general sale tickets for Blossoms’ UK Tour HERE.

It has been almost 2 years since our favourite Stockport lads released their phenomenal self-titled album ‘Blossoms’, which includes the radio favourite ‘Charlemagne’ (overplaying Blossoms? Unheard of). They recently teased a comeback despite rumours of the band splitting up over a feud between members Tom Ogden and Joe Donovan, their witty insults and comebacks to each other documented on Twitter (band promo at its finest, we see you).

Nevertheless, they’ve appeared to have pulled through with the release of their new single ‘I Can’t Stand It’, and an announcement of an upcoming tour in June 2018 AND *breathe* a brand new album, titled Cool Like You, due for release Friday 27th April this year.

If that wasn’t enough to feed your growing Blossoms appetite, they also have several upcoming tours and festivals: joining Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds’ tour beginning April 3rd; performing at ‘All Points East’ day festival on June 1st festival where Catfish and the Bottlemen are headlining; and also joining spectacular bands such as Kasabian, The Killers and Circa Waves at ‘Isle of Wight Festival’ on June 21st.

It’s often difficult for indie bands like Blossoms to stand out from the crowd when they are constantly compared to the likes of Catfish and the Bottlemen, The 1975 and Arctic Monkeys who have defined contemporary indie-rock music as we know it. Despite the similarities, Blossoms successful debut album contains a solid set of almost nostalgic, singalong tunes - the type you'll find yourself belting out in the car with your mates on a summer road trip.


Starting with a stuck-in-your-head-all-day anthem ‘Charlemagne’ - the breakthrough single that gave Blossoms’ career a huge boost of momentum - the album is comprised of an upbeat selection of 80s synth melodies, yet the second half exposes Ogden’s vulnerability, accommodating for those who have recently experienced heartbreak, with emotionally indelible and moving tracks such as ‘Onto Her Bed’ and ‘Cut Me and I’ll Bleed’.

To sum up, Blossoms highly-anticipated new music is guaranteed to be the next milestone of their career as well as revolutionising the UK rock industry for time to come...

Be quick to get their new tour tickets here. On general sale NOW!

Check out the complete list of their other upcoming events here.

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