Yesterday Blues Pills released their debut self-titled album in the UK, and in honour of that they took to a small church in the centre of London for a very special show. This is what went down…
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Blues Pills hit the UK Charts - See them play Rough Trade East instore show at 1pm TODAY.
Their self-titled debut album which was released yesterday is currently #31 in the national mid-weeks.
The enchanting, soulful, blues-rock 4 piece, BLUES PILLS will be playing a very special afternoon instore performance at Rough Trade East today Tuesday July 29th at 1pm. This show follows their sold out special release day show last night at the beautiful St. Pancras Old Church.
To attend the instore, just come down at 1pm today. No wristband is required. Click here for more information. You can buy their debut record through Rough Trade here
'Blues Pills' has been produced by the renowned and respected Don Alsterberg (GRAVEYARD), and the cover art was created by artist Marijke Koger-Dunham. The piece was originally painted in the 60s and never used - so with a slight adaptation to contain the BLUES PILLS logo, this kept with the bands authentic, but youthful take on the richness of sixties soul and psychedelia.
The young American-Swedish-French quartet create a completely unique, intense and extraordinary rock atmosphere whilst still carrying major mainstream appeal, taking you you right back to the time of BLUES PILLS’ ancestors; Aretha Franklin, The Original Fleetwood Mac, Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin and Cream.
'One of the most exciting album releases of the year so far. Just what the doctor ordered' 8/10 Classic Rock
'Thank feck for Blues Pills who've emerged like a fresh pressed 45 brimming with authenticity and sun-bleached Woodstockian sound.' 4K Kerrang!
'What makes this such a big deal is that it sounds like Blues Pills, not a throwback to a classic regime.' 8/10 Metal Hammer.