Stumbled Upon #109 – Blank Bibles (London, UK)


In our 109th instalment of “Stumbled Upon”, we meet the UK’s Blank Bibles, chat about meeting at university, their love of Tame Impala and get a sneak peak at their latest release, “Abigail West”.

Blank Bibles

Website / Social Media:
Facebook / Soundcloud / Instagram / Twitter


Members & their roles:

James: vocals, guitar
Cary: bass, vocals
Harry: drums
Elliot: guitar, keys
Sam: guitar, vocals

What music or artists inspired you?
Tame Impala, Father John Misty, The Band, The Smiths, Funk Brothers.

How did things get started?
They say true love never dies… we started playing music together in our teens. After studying at universities across the UK, we reconvened to form Blank Bibles.

How would you best describe your live show?
Effervescent five piece showcase sound, half-cut crowd dance on.

What shows do you have coming up?
BIG London shows in the next couple of months followed by festivals in the summer.
Keep an eye on Facebook for more dates.

Tell us about your latest release:
“Abigail West” is about yearning for an idealised image of love. It’s more personal than our previous work, as it deals with people and places stemming from a fascination with American culture. Musically it’s a bit of a departure too, with shimmering guitars and soaring strings grounded by propulsive drumming.

Where can I get your music?
Soundcloud / Spotify / iTunes

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