London UK Based Canadian Trio Blurred Vision Release New Single From Critically Acclaimed Debut Album

(artwork by Hartwig Kopp Delaney)

'A Rock N' Roll Band's Pursuit For No Regrets'

Blurred Vision have just released their newest single "All I Wanted", from their critically acclaimed debut album 'Organized Insanity', released worldwide in April 2015 through Cherry Red Records UK.

The now London UK based psychedelic, pop rock trio who just came off a widely successful tour of the UK with British rock legends Uriah Heep, have been enjoying a constant stream of rave reviews for their debut LP produced by none other than Terry Brown, and hailed as "one of the best of 2015" by Team Rock writer Malcolm Dome.

Their newest offering from the album is a song the band says "is a reminder of how precious our here and now is, and why we want to relish in the positive times that life presents and shed the negativity where it clings".

Upon becoming uncles, which all 3 members now are, the group were inspired to record 'All I Wanted' as a tribute to their nephews.

"There is nothing more humbling then to be in the presence of a newborn or a young child, when all you can think about is protecting their innocence. At the same time, you're forced to understand why we lose that simplicity as we get older and create the barriers that separate us from one another. Something no child ever feels or none of us are ever born with. "All I Wanted" is about the need to discard all the bad from our consciousness to return to a more pure, more exploratory state of mind so we hopefully never look back on our lives with regrets".

"All I Wanted" is available now on iTunes and Amazon:
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The band is gearing up for a series of tours and concerts that will kick off in the fall of 2015 in support of their debut album, including a special warm up show at The Forum in Tunbridge Wells on September 18. Tickets are now on sale at the following link:

Watch the Promo Video Here: