Du Blonde

WATCH THE NEW VIDEO FOR RAW HONEY

https://youtu.be/xQg-Y56hBeI

 

NEW LIVE DATE ANNOUNCED

VILLAGE UNDERGROUND – WEDNESDAY 24 FEB 

 

UK TOUR THROUGHOUT AUTUMN

 

WELCOME BACK TO MILK – OUT NOW 

 

“a musician of clear-eyed assurance and ferocious imagination” 8/10 UNCUT

“Stones R&B rhythms, doomed Sabbath licks, blistering Cali-punk, and a primitive kind of glam” PITCHFORK

“an oddball punk-pop extravaganza.” 9/10 Album of the Week, NME

 

Du Blonde has released a brand new video for Raw Honey, the latest track to be taken from the debut album release, Welcome Back To Milk, out now. Watch it here: https://youtu.be/xQg-Y56hBeI

 

Du Blonde explains, The video, shot by Caroline Rosalie Brouard and Jess Roberts, explores the importance of female friendships in the wake of a break up and the feeling of freedom garnered when letting go of something that no longer serves you. It’s about embracing yourself again through the eyes of the people who will always love you – your friends.”

 

Du Blonde is currently on tour throughout the UK, and has just announced an exciting show for February, Du Blonde presents… promises to expand on her recent residency at the Shacklewell Arms, London with a hand picked bill of artists and DJs.

Tickets are on sale from Friday 9 October, more details to be announced: https://tickets.songkick.com/events/25098694

 

Last month, Du Blonde was on tour with Future Islands, and found the perfect excuse for the live debut of Mind Is On My Mind with Samuel T Herring on guest vocals – watch the footage here: https://youtu.be/UAtJWlWDu3g

 

UK LIVE DATES

9 October, Bognor Regis, ROCKAWAY BEACH FESTIVAL

10 October, Middlesborough, TWISTERELLA FESTIVAL

11 October, Manchester, The Deaf Institute

12 October, Birmingham, Hare & Hounds

14 October, Newcastle, 02 Academy

22 October, London, Forum – with Gary Numan

8 November, Cardiff, SŴN festival

24 February, Du Blonde presents… London, Village Underground

 

Further praise for Welcome Back To Milk:

“It takes a lot imagination to make a reinvention like this work, fortunately, Houghton has imagination to spare” ‘Album of the Week’ The Sunday Times

“a concise soundtrack of garage racket, gospel-informed blues, glam balladry and piano confessionals” Q MAGAZINE