Blood Red Shoes
Say Something, Say Anything
Blood Red Shoes' brand new single 'Say Something, Say Anything' came out on 07/04/2008. The single will be followed by the band's debut album 'Box Of Secrets'.
Blood Red Shoes consist of two punk kids from the South of England. Laura-Mary Carter (guitar / vocals) and Steven Ansell (drums / vocals) were meant to make music together the moment they first met. 'I used to go see Steven's then-band 'Cat On Form',' says Laura. 'They were great; pretty popular on the punk scene, and I pretty much knew I wanted to be in a band with him the moment we first met. He stole my hat from me and held its return to ransom until I'd agree to meet him. It was blatant flirting really...'
The band have launched a competition through their brand new website to let one fan win a gig by the band in the location of their choosing... within reason of course. The gig will be later this summer, and fans simply need to submit a picture of themselves with a copy of the single or album for their 'wall of shame':
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