Blonde Louis bring it back home

Rhythms of the World headliners Blonde Louis will play their last gig of the year in their hometown.

The Letchworth rock-pop foursome who got a throng of teenagers leaping about the BBC Introducing stage at this summer’s Hitchin festival, will be at the Plinston on Friday November 25.

The boys, Josh Clarke, Harvey Downes, Jack Cherry and Jack Cox described new single When The Lights Go Out as “a joyous ode to young love, fuelled by anthemic driving guitars, a huge melodic bass riff and euphoric synth sprinklings that will have you reliving your school days and heading down the park armed with bottles of White Lightning”. So there you have it – the musical equivalent of snogging and being sick down the rec, sweet.

The single, recorded and produced by Tom Fuller who has Razorlight, The Saturdays and NDubz on his CV, is due for release on December 12 as a download and limited edition CD.

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