Blood Red Shoes are shocking. They are the Marmite of music. You can only love something after you have tried it at least once, and then tried it again if you didn't like it (just to be sure). ADHD is a masterpiece of addictive nu-punk; a tribute to stripped, drug fuelled ingenuity, as are the band themselves.

They remind of a pop Pure Reason Revolution, in that there is more coherency and chorus repetition. Blood Red Shoes are however, on something a little more addictive.

The song conjures the essence of your cravings, levitating it from the safely distanced memory of old, back into the front of your head. The suggestion of marching troops is drawn from the angered, yet harmonious strikes on the guitar. It grabs you hard; the muscular female vocals undermine their boyish backing.


- Victoria McNaught-Davis

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WORK004
Blood Red Shoes
"A.D.H.D."

A. A.D.H.D.
B. Can't Find The Door

7" vinyl, limited pressing of 1000 numbered copies on heavy vinyl

 
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