Blossom has today announced details of an extensive UK and Ireland tour for November and December 2022. The shows, which include a return to the Brighton Dome concert hall, are on sale from 9am on Friday 5 August through www.gigsandtours.com, www.ticketmaster. co.uk and www.blossomsband.co.uk.
Sale on Friday August 5th at 9am (10am phone/counter)
For our local concerts, priority booking will take place for Brighton Dome members on Thursday 4th August at 10am and tickets will go on sale to the general public on Friday 5th August at 9am (10am phone/counter) – Read More Information here.
Blossom played several big events this summer
Events That Include Headline Festival Sets on Y Not? and the truck, as well as a widely acclaimed, headline grabbing set in Glastonbury, which included a cameo performance by Mel C. The band has also been on the road with The Killers, supporting them at several of their UK stadium shows. More information about the band’s upcoming shows, including several US and European dates, can found here.
Creative direction for the album and its videos Edwin Burdis
Blossom’s recent UK No. 1 album ‘Ribbon Around the Bomb produced by her consistent and well-known collaborators James Skelley and Rich Turvey and revolves around a central character, ‘The Writer’. The creative direction for the album and its videos was developed by Edwin Burdis, Creative Director of Arctic Monkeys, who worked with the band on their ‘Tranquility Base Hotel’ and ‘Casino’ and AM albums. Burdis also directed an accompanying film for ‘Ribbon Around the Bomb’, which featured the band’s performances and premiered at Stockport Plaza around the album’s release in April.
‘Like You’ peaked at number 4 on the UK Albums Chart
Since its creation in 2013, Blossom has received widespread success and acclaim. Their 2016 debut “Blossom” topped the album charts for two weeks in a row and earned the band BRIT Award and Mercury Award nominations, while 2018’s “Cool Like You” peaked at number 4 on the UK Albums Chart, spawning anthemic singles. Gave. ‘I Can’t Stand It’, ‘There Is a Reason Why (I Never Returned Your Calls)’ and ‘How Long Will It Last?’ Their third studio album, ‘Foolish Loving Spaces’ of 2020 the band’s second UK No. The album, while their recent, fourth studio LP ‘Ribbon Around the Bomb’, gave the band their third UK No. 1 album, with the album’s standout tracks ‘Ode to NYC’, ‘The Salking Poet’ and ‘Care For’ already in place. are well established. As a staunch fan favorite. Blossom now five Top 5 albums in the UK, including their “In Isolation/Live from the Plaza Theatre, Stockport” release.