Blood Red Shoes will come to Liverpool as part of a UK tour of their new album, Getintothis’ Lewis Ridley on the EVOL show that sees them return to the city after five years.
Blood Red Shoes will return to Liverpool for the first time in half a decade when they bring their new album, Get Tragic to Arts Club in November.
The Brighton duo, consisting of Laura-Mary Carter and Steven Ansell have released five albums in a career spanning 14 years, and are heading out on a full UK tour at the end of what is a packed year for live performances.
It follows the release of their latest album last Friday. Get Tragic fully embraces the absurdity of the Blood Red Shoes situation. As a result, the pair have come out the other side sounding fresher than ever.
It led to the scrapping of the duo formula that has seen them this far, a change of recording location in the USA and a change of producer. The band have shaken it up, but their popularity in Liverpool, where they once recorded, still remains.
“It got to a point where it was like, if this is gonna work, we’ve gotta change everything,” stressed Laura, while Steve adds that at one point, they even considered ditching the band name.
But through a broken arm, and a fair few tribulations, the band saw it through and will take their album around the world over the course of 2019.
At the end of it, EVOL will bring Blood Red Shoes to Liverpool’s Arts Club Theatre on Friday, November 22.