Blaenavon Announce New EP!

We're thrilled to announce the release of Miss World, the new EP from Blaenavon!  Produced by David Pye (Wild Beasts, Egyptian Hip Hop) and mixed by Dan Grech (Radiohead, Wolf Alice, Circa Waves), the EP marks the welcome return of the trio, and is released on the 30th October.

Their new song 'Hell Is My Head' debuted on Radio 1, with Huw Stephens sitting in for Annie Mac - listen to the song here.

The band have also announced a brand new headline London show at The Waiting Room - tickets are available here.

Blaenavon Live Dates
25th Sep – Germany - Reeperbahn Festival
8th Oct – London - The Waiting Room
11th Oct – Bognor Regis - Rockaway Beach Festival
21st Oct – Brighton - Green Door Store w/ Palace
22nd Oct – Glasgow – SW3 Warehouse Studio w/ Songhoy Blues
23rd Oct – Leeds – Brudenell Social Club w/ Songhoy Blues
25th Oct – Manchester – Gorilla w/ Songhoy Blues
26th Oct – Birmingham – Hare & Hounds w/ Songhoy Blues
27th Oct – Bristol – The Fleece w/ Songhoy Blues
3rd Nov – Brighton – Concorde 2 w/ Songhoy Blues
4th Nov – London – Koko w/ Songhoy Blues
11th Nov – London – Electric Ballroom w/ The Districts
29th Nov – Brighton – Mutations Festival 

Pre-order 'Miss World': iTunes / 12"


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