The Bloodreds release Signs of Hope and Then Some on Devildance Records
You may have never heard of New Jersey’s The Blooreds, but they were beloved by all who ever did. Releasing only one 7″ entitled Mister Mess on Loud Blaring Punk Rock Records, the band was cut way too short, by inner turmoil and line up changes. The Bloodreds have a street punk vibe to them, but with all the pop sensibilities of The Descendents, and Sean Pendleton’s vocal style at times recalls Lifetime’s Ari Katz. Having been sitting on a pile of unreleased recordings, The Bloodreds have finally let them see the light of day through a digital release with Devildance Records. The record, entitled Signs of Hope and Then Some is a discography of sorts (missing a few bits and pieces). Some of the guys from the Bloodreds have gone off to join the great Radio Exiles, who just released a 7″ on Psychic Volt Records, but guitarist Johnny G says “hopefully bloodreds will play again, do a few shows here and there, that was always the plan”
Here is a free stream. If you like the record its a measly 6 bucks for 11 amazing tracks.