Following their sold-out performance at London’s The Garage, New York’s Charly Bliss have announced a massive headline show at Scala on 6th November.
The show at The Garage saw them celebrate the release of their sophomore album ‘Young Enough’ and now they’re ready to take a step up for Scala.
Alongside this announcement, the band have shared the pilot episode of their reality TV spoof ‘Ignorance Is Bliss’, which was originally aired on their CBTV live channel, a 24-hour broadcast on YouTube dedicated to all things Charly Bliss.
The show is an hour long and channels some ‘Made In Chelsea’ vibes and really showcases how far the bands creative juices go.
We also have it on good authority that there are more UK and European shows on the way soon.
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