BLOSSOMS SHARE VIDEO FOR THERE’S A REASON WHY (I NEVER RETURNED YOUR CALLS)
NEW ALBUM COOL LIKE YOU OUT NOW
‘Anthemic pop … another hit surely beckons.’ – Q
‘Redolent of Pet Shop Boys at their most gigantic and stadium – friendly’ – The Arts Desk
‘Cool Like You contains eleven songs of euphoric pop that are full of emotion, lyrically and musically.’ – Louder Than War
‘Cool Like You delivers everything you want from a second album.’ – Dork
Blossoms have shared the fantastic new video for their current single There’s A Reason Why (I Never Returned Your Calls). The clip was directed by Masashi Muto, who has worked with Tiesto and Faithless previously.
Filmed on the streets of Tokyo, the video was inspired by The Beatles’ A Hard Days Night. Speaking on the direction of the video, the band explain:
‘Shooting a music video in Japan was something we’d wanted to do for a while. We took influence from The Beatles A Hard Days Night and tried to capture the camaraderie between us a band of friends.
We’ve been to Japan a couple of times and we fell in love with it from the first time we went. When we wanted to make a video overseas somewhere, it was always going to be Tokyo. We loved being chased around the streets and It made five lads from Stockport feel like the Beatles for a day’.
Since forming in 2013 Blossoms have enjoyed consistent and remarkable success. The band were on the BBC’s ‘Sound Of’ new music list for 2016 and upon its release later that year, their debut album ‘Blossoms’ entered the album chart at number 1 – later going on to be nominated for the 2017 Mercury Prize and a BRIT Award.
The band have played numerous sold out shows all over the world and have just returned from an extended run of arena dates, supporting Noel Gallagher across Europe.
Blossoms will embark on a headline UK tour this May, in support of their fantastic new LP Cool Like You ‘a soaring sophomore’ (Clash), which is out now. The tour includes two nights and a matinee at their hometown venue, Stockport Plaza, as well as sold out dates at London’s O2 Kentish Town Forum and Manchester’s O2 Apollo. (All details below.) Tickets for the remaining shows are available here
UK Tour Dates
4 May – Stockport Plaza
5 May – Stockport Plaza (matinee and late performance)
7 May – Leeds O2 Academy
8 May – Newcastle O2 Academy
10 May – London O2 Kentish Town Forum
11 May – Manchester O2 Apollo
12 May – Norwich The Nick Rayns LCR, UEA
For more information, please contact:
Murray Chalmers PR
020 7361 0730