Having just released their new soundtrack album to Paramount Pictures feature Manhattan Undying in March, Blurred Vision are now set to release their long awaited second studio album 'Redemption', on 5 June 2020.
The follow up to their critically celebrated debut 'Organised Insanity', the new record shows a clear change of direction for the band's new sound and musical style.
Lead by the creative vision of frontman and songwriter Sepp Osley, the band's sophomore album is a break from the confines of genre based music. Blending electronic sounds with ancient rhythms and melodies on a foundation of a hard hitting rock 'n' roll band, and stylistically described as a mashup of Depeche Mode meets Muse, 80's Bowie meets 70's Floyd, the group are taking their lessons from legendary heroes not to mimic but to create a new and infectious contemporary style and path of their own.
The new album, produced by Terry Brown and originally recorded with previous band members Sohl Osley and Ben Riley, will be released digitally and available on all major online music services with the intention of a full physical release in the future.
Blurred Vision's new lineup consists of Jake Bradford Sharp on drums, Bentley Levy on bass, and Jakey Libretto on 2nd guitars.
Make sure to follow the band on their social media pages as exclusive behind the scenes content and promotional events in run up to the release date are revealed.