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The Blinders – This Feeling – Alive Tour news update:

Louder Than War favourites The Blinders have regrettably had to pull out of the This Feeling Alive tour. One of the most exciting and talked about bands in the UK, their gigs are legendary punk driven mosh fests. LTW first covered them in March 2016 at their incendiary live debut in Salford. Check out their upcoming dates at the bottom of this page – we wish the lads all the best!


“We profoundly apologise to all those who have bought tickets to see us.

Due to circumstances beyond our control we cannot participate in the tour. We will do our best to sort out all those inconvenienced for future dates.

All the best to all the bands involved.”

(The Blinders)

“Due to circumstances beyond their control and future recording commitments, The Blinders regret that they are unable to appear as part of This Feeling’s Alive tour in October.

The band wish, The Shimmer Band, BANG BANG ROMEO and BlackWaters, the very best of luck. Phenomenal bands, they’ll smash it.

Each city has a fantastic new band added, each show is gonna be incredible. There’s no greater time to be Alive.” (This Feeling)

The Blinders

The Blinders Updated Autumn Tour Dates:

The Blinders are not only increasingly busy, courtesy of what has been an unbelievable year, but have also just released one of the most relevant songs for our time.

Reactions to the anthem, ‘Brave New World’, are encouragingly excited and proseful. The accompanying short film by the band’s visual collaborator, Sam Crowston (Nasty Man Creations) emits a sensory attack of art, like an adrenaline shot to the heart.


One of the most hard working new bands in the country, The Blinders bring their punkadelic experience to the following live dates.

August 2017
26 Reading Festival – Jack Rocks This Feeling Stage, 1.35pm

September 2017

09 Festival No.6, North Wales – Tim Peaks Diner
15 Rec Rock Festival, Stockport – charity event.
27 Holmfirth Picturedrome (supporting Cabbage)
28 Preston 53 Degrees (supporting Cabbage)
29 Stockton Ku Bar (supporting Cabbage)
30 Leeds Live Art Bistro (supporting Cabbage)
October 2017
07 Neighbourhood Festival
17 Norwich Arts Centre (supporting Cabbage)
18 Bedford Esquires (supporting Cabbage)
19 Stowmarket John Peel Centre (supporting Cabbage)
20 Wolverhampton Slade Rooms (supporting Cabbage)
21 Buckley Tivoli Ballroom (supporting Cabbage)

Photos by Sam Crowston

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