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Blondshell Makes Late Night TV Debut with “Salad”

Blondshell Spring 2023 Jimmy Fallon Performance
Photo by Todd Owyoung/NBC

Blondshell had us eating out of the palm of her hands during her late night TV debut on Jimmy Fallon yesterday evening. Ahead of her self-titled debut album which drops on Friday, April 7 via Partisan Records, Blondshell joined The Late Night Show to perform her new single “Salad.”

Having already garnered massive success with her previous releases “Olympus” and “Veronica Mars,” both of which will appear on her forthcoming full—length, Blondshell invokes a similarly empowering presence to the late Dolores O’Riordan. Commanding the stage with her unfaltering delivery, Blondshell rips through “Salad” detailing a revenge scenario to get justice against her friend’s abuser after he is absolved of his crime.

You can check out Blondshell’s full performance on The Late Night Show Starring Jimmy Fallon below.

Blondshell will be hosting a free in-store set on April 6 at Amoeba Hollywood in LA to commemorate the release of her approaching LP. She will also embark on her debut North American headline tour this summer. The tour will kick off in Portland, OR on July 7 before coming to a close at San Diego’s Bleached Festival on Aug. 5. 

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You can check out Blondshell’s full tour routing below and get tickets here.

Blondshell Tour Dates:

  • April 6—Los Angeles, CA @ Amoeba Hollywood (Free In-Store)
  • May 11—Brighton, UK @ The Great Escape Festival
  • May 12—Brighton, UK @ The Great Escape Festival
  • May 13—Paris, France @ Point Éphémère ^
  • May 14—Tourcoing, France @ Le Grand Mix ^
  • May 15—Cologne, Germany @ Helios37 ^
  • May 17—Berlin, Germany @ Privatclub ^
  • May 18—Hamburg, Germany @ Molotow SkyBar ^
  • May 19—Amsterdam, Netherlands @ London Calling Festival
  • May 20—Brussels, Belgium @ Botanique
  • May 24—London, UK @ Moth Club ~ 
  • May 25—Manchester, UK @ YES ^
  • May 26—Bristol, UK @ The Louisiana < 
  • May 27—London, UK @ Wide Awake Festival
  • May 30—Barcelona, Spain @ Primavera Festival
  • June 6—Madrid, Spain @ Primavera Festival
  • June 9—Porto, Portugal @ Primavera Festival
  • July 7—Portland, OR @ Polaris Hall*
  • July 8—Seattle, WA @ Madam Lous*
  • July 11—Minneapolis, MN @ 7th Street* 
  • July 12—Chicago, IL @ Schubas* 
  • July 14 —Toronto, ON @ The Garrison* 
  • July 15—Montreal, QC @ Bar Le Ritz PDB* 
  • July 16—Boston, MA @ Middle East Upstairs*  
  • July 19—New York, NY @ Bowery Ballroom*
  • July 21—Philadelphia, PA @ PhilaMOCA
  • July 22—Washington, DC @ DC9
  • July 24—Nashville, TN @ Third Man*
  • July 25—Atlanta, GA @ Aisle 5*
  • July 27—Austin, TX @ Antone’s* 
  • July 28—Houston, TX @ White Oak (Upstairs)* 
  • July 29—Dallas, TX @ Club Dada*
  • Aug. 1—Phoenix, AZ @ Valley Bar*
  • Aug. 2—Los Angeles, CA @ The Roxy *
  • Aug. 4—San Francisco, CA @ Cafe Du Nord*
  • Aug. 4-5—San Diego, CA @ Bleached Festival
  • Nov. 2-4—Reykjavik, Iceland @ Iceland Airwaves
    • * Hello Mary to support.
    • ^ Girl & Girl to support.
    • ~ Platonica Erotica to support.
    • < Oslo Twins to support.
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