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September 22 | 19:30

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The Blinders are an English alternative rock band originally from Doncaster, now based in Manchester, England. The band is made up of vocalist and guitarist Thomas Haywood, and bass guitarist Charlie McGough. They released their debut EP Hidden Horror Dance in 2016, followed by their first LP Columbia in 2018, and second LP Fantasies Of A Stay At Home Psychopath in 2020 both on Modern Sky Entertainment.

Throughout their career, the band have toured within the UK and Europe with The Charlatans, The View, Cabbage, and Blossoms

Alongside this the band have a long list of festival performances under their belt, including headlining the BBC introducing stage at Reading and Leeds Festivals in 2018 and a main stage appearance at Kendal Calling.

2019 saw the band perform at South by Southwest and a set at Glastonbury Festival 2019 on the Leftfield Stage.

For their April 2019 UK tour The Blinders teamed up with Safe Gigs for Women, adding “Making our gigs a safe place is something we are deeply committed to as a band, and we urge anyone who sees anything untoward to speak out”

In response to the coronavirus pandemic, The Blinders have rescheduled their UK tour throughout July and September 2021, catch them live at The Leadmill, Sheffield on 22nd September 2021.

Details

Date:
September 22
Doors:
19:30
Cost:
£13.50
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Venue

The Leadmill
6 Leadmill Rd
Sheffield, United Kingdom (UK) S1 4SE United Kingdom
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Phone:
0114 272 7040
Website:
https://leadmill.co.uk

Disabled Access

The Leadmill offers a free companion ticket for disabled customers which must be booked in advance. To apply please email ticketing@leadmill.co.uk with proof of disability once a general admission ticket has been purchased.Examples of accepted proof: Disability Living Allowance (DLA) / Attendance Allowance (AA), Personal Independence Payments (PIPs), Blue Badges & The Access Card. We will review an application without the recommended evidence on a case-by-case basis.