Blossoms have shared brand new single ‘Care For’ alongside an accompanying Edwin Burdis directed music video.

The track was produced by James Skelly and Rich Turvey, and is the band’s first new music since last year’s double A-side festive single ‘Christmas Eve (Soul Purpose)/It’s Going To Be A Cold Winter’.

Discussing the song frontman Tom Ogden commented, “I spent a lot of lockdown listening to The Style Council, Diana Ross, John & Yoko’s Double Fantasy & Billy Ocean. In my head, they all come together on this tune, to help create the ultimate end of the evening, wedding disco dance.”


The band are gearing up to hit the road on their rescheduled UK tour, kicking off later this month. They will also support Courteeners at their Old Trafford Cricket Ground date in September.

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Their most recent studio album ‘Foolish Loving Spaces’ released last year and went to No.1 in the UK album chart. The full-length featured singles ‘The Keeper’ and ‘Your Girlfriend’.

The band also dropped double album ‘In Isolation/Live From The Plaza Theatre, Stockport’, which charted at No.5 in the UK album chart, making them the only act to have had two different albums in the Top 5 in 2020.

To date, they have sold 604,747 albums worldwide as well as accumulated over 484 million global streams.

Blossoms are set to release more new music over the coming months so be sure to watch this space!

Image Credit: Edwin Burdis