Butchers Blind are a critically acclaimed Americana band from New York City. In 2011 they signed with Paradiddle Records and released Play For The Films. The album was a critical success, garnering the band favorable reviews and radio airplay around the world. In 2013 they released their second album Destination Blues, which was a significant step forward for the band. Shortly after it's release they found themselves opening for bands such as Blues Traveler and Marah and sharing the stage with influential songwriters including Robbie Fulks, James Maddock, Steve Forbert and Iain Matthews.
Their new single, Thursday Girl, marks a stylist departure for the band and has already been played on prominent New York radio stations such as WFUV and WUSB among others. The melody and driving rhythm instantly recalls the sunny power pop of Big Star and Teenage Fanclub, which is propelled forward by a lyrical narrative reminiscent of the Pernice Brothers. The B-side, Mystery, is a tribute to the founding fathers of Seattle grunge: The Wipers. Pre order your copy today!