Blood Red Shoes are a notoriously noisy coupling. Their reputation for ear-splitting punk laden pop has grown by gradual increments from its beginnings in small town Brighton, garnering an impressive fan base and earning them opportunities to tour Europe and Japan, from where they recently returned to home shores. Gigwise caught up with the pretty punk twosome in Cambridge on their current tour to see how Steven and Laura-Mary are bearing up under the pressure…. Curled in a dressing room in Cambridge, dressed in black, Laura-Mary Carter smiles shyly behind a mass of tangled dark hair.
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If it sells just 12, more copies it has sold 4. She told the BBC :. I love sad songs. They say so much.
Blood Red Shoes, Box of Secrets
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Guitarist Laura-Mary Carter and drummer Steven Ansell return with their second album of stripped-down power punk, refining the thick, guitar-heavy sound of their debut. Once again they have the help of producer Mike Crossey Arctic Monkeys , Razorlight , who helps them sculpt their raw sound into a force that's both more primitive and more polished than their debut, no mean feat. Blood Red Shoes have jettisoned most of the dance beats they used on Box of Secrets , with Carter 's guitar turning out grinding, industrial textures that complement the band's tales of moral and societal decay and Ansell's drums still driving the machine forward with his stripped-down rhythms and cymbal crashes that are processed and mixed to blend into the overtones of Carter 's guitar.