BLOWSIGHT Featuring Ex-DRAIN STH Guitarist: Swedish TV Performance Available

BLOWSIGHT, the Swedish band featuring former DRAIN STH guitarist Flavia Canel on bass, performed two songs acoustically during an appearance on Swedish national TV channel TV4's "Nyhetsmorgon" show on Thursday (March 1). Watch video footage at

"Bus Girl" (video)
"I'll Be Around" (video)

As previously reported, BLOWSIGHT recently inked a deal with Sony/BMG for the release of a single/EP, entitled "I'll Be Around". "This is an amazing opportunity for us to show a much larger amount of people our quality and we promise you we will not disappoint you," the band wrote in a statement.

BLOWSIGHT recently signed a contract with Scandinavia's "leading tour company" 2Entertain.

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BLOWSIGHT's lineup is completed by Niklas Fagerström (vocals, guitar), Fabien Perreau (drums, vocals), and Serban Carapancea (guitar).

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