“Mother” BLONDIE’s first single to come off the Brand new album ‘Panic of Girls’

You can bag the brilliant brand new studio album a few weeks earlier than the traditional release in the form of a Fanpack coming out on June 1st which also includes  a 132-page magazine. What’s more, the Fan Pack version of Panic Of Girls comes with two bonus tracks that will not be on the record store version of the album. The Fan Pack magazine is 100% Blondie-approved and contains major, all-new interviews with Debbie Harry, Chris Stein, Clem Burke and all the other members of Blondie, as they talk us through the making of the album and look back over a history that has seen them sell 40 million albums and break new ground in the worlds of pop and fashion. The magazine is packed with a wealth of exclusive, never-before-seen pictures of Blondie including rare treasures from Chris Stein s own archive. A must for all Blondie fans!

Blondie Fanpack

Blondie Fanpack

It’s available at all good stockists including:…

You can hear sample clips of the whole Album on Amazon here

HMV are also offering a little extra on top with offer of the Fanpack…

An exclusive 24-page supplement of classic, rare and previously unseen photographs by Blondie mainman Chris Stein, featuring iconic shots old and new of Debbie Harry, the band, and well-known friends like David Bowie and Iggy Pop.

And there’s more! Debbie and the boys are in town next week and they’re promoting their arses off with a bunch of choice TV spots. Check out the dates:

Desert Island Discs

Sunday 22nd May at 11:15am on BBC Radio 4
Friday 27th May at 9:00am on BBC Radio 4
BBC – Desert Island Discs

Blondie singer Debbie Harry talks to Kirsty Young and selects eight favourite recordings to take to the BBC’s mythical island.

Debbie Harry, quite rightly, does not like to be defined by her age but the fact that she spends so much time going out to live gigs is unusual for a woman in her 60s. The artists she selects here include some very contemporary female vocalists – Beth Ditto, for instance – who, she explains to Kirsty Young, remind her of her youthful, confident and confrontational self. Anyone who heard her interview with Matt Everitt over on 6 Music a few weeks ago will recall that Ms Harry does not like talking about her life as a defined narrative, but the glimpses into what she has been through as a rock star are more illuminating here. There’s a particularly good story about what happened on stage wearing a dress made of razors and all the lights went out.
—Jane Anderson, Radio editor, Radio Times


Wednesday 25th May at 8:30am on ITV1
Lorraine – ITV

Debbie Harry joins Lorraine Kelly to talk about Blondie’s forthcoming UK tour dates.

The National Lottery Wednesday Night Draws

Wednesday 25th May at 10:35pm on BBC One
BBC – National Live
Blondie will be appearing on mid week National Lottery – Weds 25th May, performing their new single ‘Mother’…

Later Live – with Jools Holland

Tuesday 24th May at 10:00pm on BBC2
Tuesday 24th May at 10:00pm on BBC HD
BBC – Later with Jools HollandSeries 38, Episode 8

St Albans-based Friendly Fires return to play tracks from their latest album Pala, and pop veterans Blondie singer join Jools in the studio for an interview. Also appearing are alternative rock four-piece Yuck, American singer-songwriter Nathaniel Rateliff and Beverley Knight, who performs songs from her new release Soul UK. Plus, the UK TV debut of Dublin’s James Vincent McMorrow. Last in the series.

Loose Women

Friday 27th May at 12:30pm on ITV1
Friday 27th May at 4:40pm on ITV2
Loose Women – ITV

Blondie singer Debbie Harry joins Kate Thornton, Lisa Maxwell and Lynda Bellingham to help wrap up another week of lunchtime chat.

Later… with Jools Holland

Saturday 28th May (Friday night) at 12:20am on BBC2
Saturday 28th May (Friday night) at 12:20am on BBC HD
Saturday 28th May at 11:30pm on BBC HD
BBC – Later with Jools HollandSeries 38, Episode 8

Extended edition of Tuesday night’s show.

Drink Up Jim!




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