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Band & Musician News - Curlys Jewels release incredible new track 'Blinders'

Curlys Jewels release incredible new track 'Blinders'

16 October 2020 - 0 Comments

Wellington based rock band Curlys Jewels, are excited to release their massive new single, Blinders. Lyrically, the song explores the ability some people have, blocking out the often hard confronting truths in life. The track was recorded at Roundhead Studios in Auckland just a few weeks after the first Covid-19 lockdown. It was produced by Greg Haver (Manic Street Preachers), mixed by Clint Murphy (Devilskin) and mastered by Ryan Smith in Nashville, USA. 

Curlys Jewels have regularly appeared in the Official NZ Top 40 charts and have supported a number of high profile acts such as Living Colour (USA), The Feelers (NZ), Devilskin (NZ), and have toured the country many times over. Look out for them playing Blinders live throughout the summer months kicking off on November 28th 2020, Meow, in Wellington alongside NZ bands Miss June and Voodoo Bloo.

Stream/Buy:
https://smarturl.it/cjblinders

Curlys Jewels: Blinders [Official Video]



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