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Blondes release ‘Beautiful World’ single

Blondes have today released their new single, Beautiful World

After the rousing success of their recent singles Love In The Afternoon and The Basement – both of which were supported by BBC Radio 1 Future Artists with Jack Saunders, Gemma Bradley’s BBC Introducing Show and BBC Radio Introducing Merseyside as well as countless editorial playlists across Spotify, Apple and Amazon – Nottingham’s indie rock troubadours BLONDES continue the support for their forthcoming In Separation EP with the captivating new offering BEAUTFUL WORLD. 

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Capturing more of the warm and invigorating aesthetic they have been developing in recent times, Beautiful World sees them pursue a rich and immersive atmosphere throughout. Opting for a more euphoric and airy appeal this time around, their newest outing continues their ascent as one of the more mesmerising names emerging right now.

Speaking about Beautiful World, Alex from BLONDES says: “Beautiful World feels like our first proper pop song. It’s my favourite that we’ve written so far. It’s about our relationship with our environment and each other. We wrote it to speak not just for ourselves but to anyone that finds themselves looking around at our world and wondering just how we’ve become so disconnected from one another and the planet. We hope you like it.”

Following the rapturous support for their 2021 Out The Neighbourhood EP, BLONDES knew that their next steps had extremely big boots to fill. Produced in parts by Rich Turvey and Anthony Genn, the In Separation EP sees them showcase some of their most passionate songwriting to date, capturing a warm and effervescent tone in the process.

Talking about the new EP, the band say: “In Separation is a collection of songs written and recorded over the past two years. It’s a project that explores the ways in which we become disconnected from one another, taking you on an emotional journey through separation to reconciliation. It speaks to the ways we live with, and without, each other. We feel it reflects more of the breadth of our songwriting than our first project, with us having matured a little both personally and musically since Coming Of Age and our Out The Neighbourhood EP.”

Fresh off the back of a run of support shows with Inhaler on their recent UK tour, BLONDES have now announced a string of new live dates for next month, as follows:


Mon 05 LIVERPOOL O2 Academy (with Inhaler)

Tue 06 SHEFFIELD Leadmill (with Inhaler)

Wed 14 LONDON Electric Brixton (with Mt Joy)

Thu 15 MANCHESTER Band On The Wall (with Mt Joy)