THE BLINDERS have shared the video for their new single as they confirmed rescheduled tours across the country.

Forty Days And Forty Nights - the latest track to be taken from their upcoming album Fantasies Of A Stay At Home Psychopath - was unveiled last month with a haunting music video.

Shrouded in a foreboding red light, the video switches between footage of singer Tom Haywood declaiming the track’s lyrics in a working men’s club and a dance routine choreographed to reflect its manic and murderous intent, combining to create a powerful, intoxicating and threatening visual. 

“We gave the song away to a couple of contemporary dancers who interpreted it,” Tom said. “Two central figures intertwine, fight, break up and embrace, and all the while the video is laced with multiple realities.

"The conflict of two becomes the conflict of one, disorientated, strung out, mad. Filming it in Moston Miners Club was an attempt to fly the dance in the face of nature a little.”

The track is the second to be taken from their upcoming album, following the release of Circle Song earlier this year.

The album itself will be released on May 8 via Modern Sky UK and is a follow-up to their critically acclaimed debut album, Columbia, released in 2018.

In September, the band will be heading out on a UK headline tour, including shows in Edinburgh, Leicester, Preston, Hull, Southampton, and a date at London’s iconic 100 Club. The dates have been rescheduled from their original tour in May. 

Watch the new video from The Blinders


8th – Edinburgh, Caves (re-scheduled)

9th – Leicester, O2 Academy 2 (re-scheduled)

11th – Preston, Ferret (new date)

13th – Hull, The Welly Club (re-scheduled)

14th – London, 100 Club (re-scheduled)

16th – Southampton, The Joiners (re-scheduled)

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