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Formed: 1993 (21 years ago)


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Blonde Redhead's last album – ‘Misery Is A Butterfly’ – established them once and for all as one of the most distinctive and precious bands of their generation. Although conceived and recorded during a time of trauma, the album was a confident, thrilling and delicately-nuanced sweep of sound which enraptured the already-converted and won the band a whole new legion of fans. And although it marked a modulation away from the bittersweet starkness of previous releases, it was by far the most commercially successful release of the band's career, continuing the steady upward trajectory, which ... Read more

Blonde Redhead's last album – ‘Misery Is A Butterfly’ – established them once and for all as one of the most distinctive and precious bands of their generation. Although conceived and recorded during a time of trauma, the album was a confident, thrilling and delicately-nuanced sweep of sound which enraptured the already-converted and won the band a whole new legion of fans. And although it marked a modulation away from the bittersweet starkness of previous releases, it was by far the most commercially successful release of the band's career, continuing the steady upward trajectory, which started well over a decade ago.

2007 sees Blonde Redhead return with something even more spellbinding… ‘23’. As rich and densely-layered as the last one, but the overall mood of wistfulness, melancholy and regret has been replaced by one of mystical wonder and renewed energy. The opening, and title, track is hypnotic and rapturous – a hymn to the magic of change which sets the tone for the whole album. Ballads like The Dress and Silently are as emotionally resonant as anything the band have recorded, while uptempo moments like Spring And By Summer Fall and SW will most certainly take their place alongside long-time favourites Melody Of Certain Three and In Particular as highlights of the band's live set.

‘23’ was recorded and produced by Blonde Redhead in New York City during the second half of 2006. The engineer throughout was Chris Coady (Yeah Yeah Yeahs, TV On The Radio), while sharing mixing duties were Alan Moulder (My Bloody Valentine, Killers, Nine Inch Nails) and Rich Costey (Franz Ferdinand, Muse, Bloc Party).

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Blonde Redhead's last album – ‘Misery Is A Butterfly’ – established them once and for all as one of the most distinctive and precious bands of their generation. Although conceived and recorded during a time of trauma, the album was a confident, thrilling and delicately-nuanced sweep of sound which enraptured the already-converted and won the band a whole new legion of fans. And although it marked a modulation away from the bittersweet starkness of previous releases, it was by far the most commercially successful release of the band's career, continuing the steady upward trajectory, which started well over a decade ago.

2007 sees Blonde Redhead return with something even more spellbinding… ‘23’. As rich and densely-layered as the last one, but the overall mood of wistfulness, melancholy and regret has been replaced by one of mystical wonder and renewed energy. The opening, and title, track is hypnotic and rapturous – a hymn to the magic of change which sets the tone for the whole album. Ballads like The Dress and Silently are as emotionally resonant as anything the band have recorded, while uptempo moments like Spring And By Summer Fall and SW will most certainly take their place alongside long-time favourites Melody Of Certain Three and In Particular as highlights of the band's live set.

‘23’ was recorded and produced by Blonde Redhead in New York City during the second half of 2006. The engineer throughout was Chris Coady (Yeah Yeah Yeahs, TV On The Radio), while sharing mixing duties were Alan Moulder (My Bloody Valentine, Killers, Nine Inch Nails) and Rich Costey (Franz Ferdinand, Muse, Bloc Party).

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Blonde Redhead's last album – ‘Misery Is A Butterfly’ – established them once and for all as one of the most distinctive and precious bands of their generation. Although conceived and recorded during a time of trauma, the album was a confident, thrilling and delicately-nuanced sweep of sound which enraptured the already-converted and won the band a whole new legion of fans. And although it marked a modulation away from the bittersweet starkness of previous releases, it was by far the most commercially successful release of the band's career, continuing the steady upward trajectory, which started well over a decade ago.

2007 sees Blonde Redhead return with something even more spellbinding… ‘23’. As rich and densely-layered as the last one, but the overall mood of wistfulness, melancholy and regret has been replaced by one of mystical wonder and renewed energy. The opening, and title, track is hypnotic and rapturous – a hymn to the magic of change which sets the tone for the whole album. Ballads like The Dress and Silently are as emotionally resonant as anything the band have recorded, while uptempo moments like Spring And By Summer Fall and SW will most certainly take their place alongside long-time favourites Melody Of Certain Three and In Particular as highlights of the band's live set.

‘23’ was recorded and produced by Blonde Redhead in New York City during the second half of 2006. The engineer throughout was Chris Coady (Yeah Yeah Yeahs, TV On The Radio), while sharing mixing duties were Alan Moulder (My Bloody Valentine, Killers, Nine Inch Nails) and Rich Costey (Franz Ferdinand, Muse, Bloc Party).

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

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