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former members of Zulu Winter (remember them from Glastonbury last year?), Miracle Blow are a new indie-dance trio from London and they’re turning some serious heads thanks to the release of the debut single ‘I Find Hard’.

Lyrically, Miracle Blow are all about wry, heartfelt musings and their live shows are quickly establishing a reputation for being pretty damn impassioned and heartbreaking one minute, then absolutely electrifying and seriously uplifting the next – so this is one band you ought to catch over the summer months as they hit the live circuit.

Originally a private project, Miracle Blow’s demo tracks happened to fall into the hands of the same management behind TEED, Jamie Jones, Hot Natured and Henry Krinkle – making such an impression that it soon became clear this was a band too good to pass up. And you can hear why here:

Expect to hear an entire EP of new tracks coming out over this summer, as well as quite a few festivals appearances including a performance on the main stage at Festibelly.