Bloodlines to play Tooth & Claw in March.

The Highland noise mongerers return for 2018 with the launch of new EP sees them join forces with recording engineer/producer Paul McInally (Florence + The Machine andThe Amazing Snakeheads) and mixing engineer Thomas Mitchener (Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes and Gallows).

The resulting 4 track promises “quick and furious tracks with no trimmings or filler”.  Vocalist Jamie Coltart describes the tracks; “The EP as a whole is about about phobias, fear and just the general breaking down of a person when having to encounter them.”

Lead single “Blood in your arms”, out on 19th February, 2018.
Lead single “Blood in your arms”, out on 19th February, 2018.

They are certainly renowned for their live performances with our reviewer describing their Belladrum performance as being full of “pure unbridled noise and rock band antics”. It is unsurprising that the guys have previously won the Best Rock Band at Scottish Alternative Music Awards in 2016.

With new EP “Primal Cuts” out on 16th of March, Bloodlines are commencing a UK tour in conjunction with touring network organisation, Off Axis. The 7 date tour stretches from Inverness to Brighton and will see  Bloodlines pair with Hastings based band Kid Kapichi.

Bloodlines announced for Tooth & Claw gig in Inverness on the 31st of March, 2018 to celebrate the launch of new EP “Primal Cuts”.

The full dates currently announced are;

March 29th – Glasgow – The Old Hairdressers

March 30th – Edinburgh – The Banshee Labyrinth

March 31st – Inverness – The Tooth & Claw

April 3rd – Manchester – Night People

April 4th – London, Camden – The Monarch

April 6th – Brighton – Venue TBC

April 7th – Hastings – The Carlisle

See photos of Bloodlines at Belladrum below;

Bloodlines , 5/8/2017 – Images

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