The Blizzards are one of the biggest bands in Ireland and it’s not hard to see why. Their unashamedly power pop sound has been a hit with audiences since day one. Now as if they never went away at all, after a six-year hiatus The Blizzards are back and bigger than ever. Storming their way back to the top of the charts with their comeback single “Show Me The Science”, produced by Phillip McGee (Kodaline and The Script), you can really hear how they have developed and grown as a band. Their sound is good old-fashioned pop with a dash of ‘80’s, but if you factor in the sax solo’s it’s likely there’s more than a dash of an 80’s influence. Already back touring and hard at work the band recently completed a sold-out Irish Back To Basics tour, along with supporting The 1975 at their massive outdoor Malahide Castle show. And that’s only the beginning, with a new album on the way this certainly is only the start of The Blizzards return to their rightful place at the top
The Blizzards with their chart dominating tracks "Drop Down The Anchor", "Perfect on Paper" and "Show Me The Science", have announced their first studio album in a decade. The album, due in Autumn 2018, will be compiled of previously unreleased tracks from the Mullingar band. The album was recorded between the legendary Grouse Lodge recording studio and Dublin's very own Camden Recording Studios, and was produced by Philip Magee, the usual suspect behind The Blizzard's most recent hits.