With looks as sharp as your Uncles Stanley knife and songs as contagious as granddads handkerchief, Blast Stereos Loud look to have a winning formula.

Already being widely tipped to follow in the footsteps of Welsh scenesters The Blackout, the young Stoke lads, armed with their countless UK fans could quite possibly find themselves in the line up for next years festivals.

Established in 2001, BSL pride themselves on their hard work and dedication to the music over the years and believe this to be the recipe to a long and successful career.

Having secured a deal with indie label Lockjaw Records in the summer, the band released their debut EP 'Burn' nationwide on October 22nd and with the backing of music magazine ‘Rocksound’ who have included them in their annual “101 bands who will own 2008” the path looks set for Blast Stereos Loud to show the rest of the country why they should be taken seriously.

This month also sees BSL grab an ‘upcoming artist’ feature and a place on the cover CD of Decembers Big Cheese Magazine, their music is available from iTunes, HMV and Play.com, so be sure to go and see what the fuss is about.

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