The Blow Up drop their Beatles influences (Revolver period) into a west coast acid rock sound (The Brian Jonestown Massacre style) to create their own psychedelic pop rock magic. 

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The quartet already opened for great acts such as The Pretty Things or Razorlight, and played several shows in some great venues in England like Liverpool’s Cavern Club. 

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On stage, The Blow Up re-invents the essence of ‘60s pop with the intensity of their rock and panache. “Superb, ça!”

The Blow Up drop their Beatles influences (Revolver period) into a west coast acid rock sound (The Brian Jonestown Massacre style) to create their own psychedelic pop rock magic. 

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The quartet already opened for great acts such as The Pretty Things or Razorlight, and played several shows in some great venues in England like Liverpool’s Cavern Club. 

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On stage, The Blow Up re-invents the essence of ‘60s pop with the intensity of their rock and panache.  "Superb, ça!"