Blossoms – new EP released Feb 19th / No4 BBC Sound Poll 2016

Blossoms – new EP released Feb 19th / No4 BBC Sound Poll 2016





‘They’ve cited influences as everyone from Arctic Monkeys to Abba, which sounds implausible…. but it’s actually not that far-fetched…. They’re banging the drum for indie guitar pop.’” – The Guardian

“Glittering indie-pop” – NME

“These British rockers will blow your damn mind’ – Nylon


2015 proved to be something of a seminal year for Stockport five-piece Blossoms. Hotly tipped for this year the band have been announced as number four on the BBC Sound of 2016 list as well as being included in Spotify’s Spotlight on 2016, MTV Brand New for 2016, iTunes/Apple Music New Artists 2016 and tipped by several other sites and publications for more success in 2016.


Blossoms will release their brand new EP ‘At Most A Kiss’ on February 19th. James Skelly and Rich Turvey produced the EP at Parr St. Studios in Liverpool.


The emphatic, fast paced title track sees Blossoms channel their unique pop-rock sound with shimmering synths, crashing drums, a catchy bass line and Tom Ogden’s now unmistakable vocals.


‘At Most A Kiss’ is available now as a free download for anyone who pre-orders the EP. Watch the video here –


Track list for ‘At Most A Kiss’ EP below:


1.     At Most A Kiss

2.     Fourteen

3.     Wretched Fate

4.     Misery


‘At Most A Kiss’ is available as a single on iTunes and Spotify now.





The Stockport five-piece had a hugely successful year last year, performing at festivals up and down the country including T in the Park, Latitude, Reading and Leeds and Festival No.6. They also toured relentlessly and sold out several venues including shows at The Village Underground in London and The Ritz in Manchester.


Blossoms’ last EP went straight to No.1 in the iTunes Alternative chart and included the eponymous title track ‘Charlemagne’ which was on the A-List at 6 Music and the Radio 1’s BBC Introducing playlist. It was also included in Radio X’s top 50 Tracks of 2015 as well as going straight onto their daytime playlist.


The band will embark on another UK and Ireland tour next year, and have already a sold out Manchester’s Albert Hall. The tour also includes an NME Awards Show at London Scala.


Full tour dates below:


Feb 2016

4th                            Cork                                       Cyprus Tavern

5th                 Dublin                                   Green Room @ The Academy

6th                 Belfast                                  Voodoo

10th                Reading                                                Sub89

11th                Leamington Spa                                Zephyr Lounge

13th                Guildford                             Boiler Room

18th                           Bournemouth                   Old Firestation

19th                Brighton                               Concorde 2

20th                Oxford                                  Bullingdon

24th                Hull                                        Welly

25th                London                                 Scala (NME Awards show)

26th                Leicester                              O2 Academy 2

27th                Manchester                       Albert Hall


March 2016

2nd                Aberdeen                           The Tunnels

3rd                 Edinburgh                           Liquid Room

4th                 Coventry                             Kasbah

5th                 Stoke                                    Sugarmill

25th           Liverpool                             Academy

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Blossoms – new EP released Feb 19th / No4 BBC Sound Poll 2016