News: The Blinders inhabit dystopian realm on ‘Brave New World’ Video


The Blinders articulately slam hyper-capitalism on ‘Brave New World.’ It references Aldous Huxley and Trump. The music video is just as explosive…

‘Brave New World,’ takes its name from Huxley’s most famous novel. It highlights the distorting impacts of hyper-capitalism and warns against placing consumption above morality.

Imagery in the video is reflective of the song’s content. At points it shows a Trump-esque figure or “idiot king” and another one donning a creepy looking pig mask.

Though the message of the song is profound, it incidentally happens to be an an absolute banger and incredibly catchy.

‘Brave New World,’ is the latest track from the forthcoming  debut album from The Blinders. It will be called ‘Columbia,’ and is slated for release on 21st September.

Another notable track appearing on the album is ‘L’Etat C’est Moi,’ which was playlisted on BBC 6 Music and featured as a Tune of the Week on Radio 1 by Huw Stephens.

The Blinders are playing at festivals such as Reading & Leeds and Festival No. 6. Additionally they embark on a mammoth UK headline tour in the autumn.

North East fans will be able to see The Blinders put on a riotous show at The Cluny, Newcastle on October 16th.

Unsurprisingly this is a hot show so don’t hold back and wait any longer to get tickets!



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