Abattoir Blues rounded off 2017 with a bang, going on their first-ever headline tour and releasing their EP ‘Blinded’.
Now they’ve kicked off 2018 with a trip to Radio 1 at Maida Vale studio, popping in for a session for Ollie Winiberg (in for Huw Stephens). In the session, they played three of their rippers: ‘Blinded’, ‘Dwell’ and ‘Sense’.
Harry Waugh and George Boorman also had a bit of a chat to Ollie, explaining the origins of the name Abattoir Blues, the major influences behind the band, the overall experience of playing at Maida Vale (including a very excited dad), and upcoming shows.
Listen to Abbatoir Blues’ full session and chat with Ollie Winiberg below.
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