Revolutions don't begin quietly. There's got to be a catalyst for change. There's usually a spark that ignites the flame. There's typically something that tips the scales. There's an unquestionable bang at the beginning. Without question, there's always a little Bad Blood.
Now, there's no shortage of revolutionary implications inherent within Blood on the Dance Floor's sixth full-length album, Bad Blood-available via the group's very own Dark Fan┼asy Records. The duo of Dahvie Vanity and Javy Von Monroe continues its original mission of musical empowerment and revelation with higher stakes than ever before. These boys stand ready for a new dawn. Are you?
Blood on the Dancefloor have announced a 7 date tour of the UK this October and November calling at:
OCT 29 Tue - London - O2 Academy Islington
OCT 30 Wed - Cardiff - Clwb Ifor Bach
OCT 31 Thu - Birmingham - Asylum
NOV 01 Fri - Glasgow - Cathouse
NOV 02 Sat - Sheffield - Corporation
NOV 03 Sun - Manchester - Manchester Academy
NOV 04 Mon - Southampton - The Cellar
Tickets are on sale now priced £9 regionally and £11 in London
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