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Glastonbury 2024: Blondshell debuts two new tracks at Woodsies

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Blondshell revealed to fans at Glastonbury 2024 that production of her second album is well under way, and she debuted two new tracks to prove it.Performing on the Woodsies stage earlier today (June 30), Blondshell told the crowd: “I’m making a new album, we’re gonna play a couple of songs from it.”The LA-based artist gave the audience a taste of two new tracks — the first, which she didn’t reveal a title for, is a grungy exploration of a toxic relationship, that features the lyrics “You want me to be famous so you can live by proxy / You always had a reason to comment on my body”.

The second track debuted at the festival is called ‘T&A’, which Blondshell told the crowd “stands for tits and ass”.Elsewhere during her first ever Glastonbury performance, Blondshell covered ‘Jane Says’ by Jane’s Addiction, introducing it as a “very American cover”.

She also played tracks from her self-titled debut album, including ‘Sober Together’, a song that details trying to quit alcohol and drugs with a friend who keeps relapsing.

She introduced the song between sips of water by saying: “I know that festivals aren’t he most drug and alcohol places on earth but this is a song about having to get sober.” Signing off her debut set at Worthy Farm, Blondshell thanked the crowd for coming to see her, telling them: “It really means a lot and I’m gonna remember it forever.”‘Veronica Mars’‘Docket’‘Cartoon Earthquake’‘Sepsis’New track – title not revealed‘Joiner’‘Sober Together’‘Tna’ – New track‘Olympus’‘Dangerous’‘Jane Says’ – Jane’s Addiction cover‘Kiss City’‘Tarmac’’Salad’Last year, Blondshell revealed she had already written her follow up to her 2023 self-titled debut album.

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