If you’re a fan of indie-, garage rock and loud and fearless instruments hen you have to listen to Blood Red Shoes. The duo from Brighton consisting of Laura-Mary Carter on guitar and vocals and Steven Ansell on drums and vocals delivered an electric performance in support of their new album “Get tragic”. The stage was lit with the signature green light. Right from the get go both members of the band made it obvious that their main priority is good, loud music. The duo complimented each other brilliantly and at times completely lost themselves in musical ecstasy. And it was extremely infectious.

You could see fans from all generations. It was interesting to see how people from different ages appreciated the music of BRS. From the first not of “Elijah” the dancing started. By their melodic and extremely catchy “Don’t ask” those who didn’t know the band started enjoying them and no one attending the gig was standing still. The very last and their most well-known song “I wish I was someone better” ended the gig with a bang. The venue was full and there was almost no space proving how loved the band is.

You should have a listen of their new album “Get tragic” as well as their older stuff. And see them live if you appreciate good music.

Photo credit: Alina Salihbekova (instagram.com/asalihbekova)

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