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The Blue Highways
Steady Habits

Thursday 27th April 2023

The Bullingdon, 162 Cowley Road, Oxford, OX4 1UE

Doors 7 pm
Tickets £10 in advance, £12 on the night
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Due to sound check restriction the door time indicates the earliest opportunity we can give access to the venue. Live music will start 20-30 minutes after the door open time.
The Blue Highways.
‘The Blue Highways have made an impressive sound in their latest EP, combining folk, country, rock and soul into a wonderfully enflamed piece of work’. Maverick magazine.
‘The EP ought to be considered as good as any UK debut of its ilk since perhaps the first Grand Drive record’. Americana UK
‘With The Blue Highways clearly a band here to stay, this is a superb debut which perfectly showcases their talents’. Fatea
The Blue Highways are a British rock band based in London. Formed in 2018 by brothers Jack, Callum and Theo, the band is known for its modern Indie/American roots-inspired rock sound coupled with Callum’s narrative storytelling. Acclaimed as one of the most exciting upcoming acts in the UK music scene, The Blue Highways will release their much anticipated new album in 2023.
Recent festival appearances include Maverick Festival, Ramblin Roots Revue, Lakefest, Summertyne, and AmericanaFest UK
Steady Habits
‘An excellent new band with tremendous potential….and exciting blend of 90s nostalgia - Americana UK
‘It is in the balladry that the EP has its heart….Steady Habits show they have something really special to offer’ - Yorkshire Times
A flair for alt-country sounds and melodic pop hooks, Steady Habits is centred around the lyrical narrative of Connecticut native, Sean Duggan. Cutting his teeth on tours across Europe and the US, Sean was part of the Folk/Americana duo Loud Mountains, a Clubhouse Records favourite.
The bands first release, ‘Hold In Your Breath’, was released in mid-2020, debuting on BBC Introducing, and picking up airplay on Baylen Leonard’s The Front Porch and the Ralph McClaren show. A rumbling confessional blasting out into the open landscape, the EP is contemplative, exploring relationships and coming to grips with the past. Since its release, Steady Habits have moved from strength to strength securing bookings with a line up of impressive festival spots ahead of their next release later this year.