Toronto, ON – May 30, 2019 – Alt-rock duo, The Blue Stones, have released a new video for their single, Be My Fire, today. Watch here.

“We like to think of Be My Fire as a metaphor for love and lust," says frontman Tarek Jafar. "We wanted a video that would capture fun, flirting and pursuit. Be My Fire is that song you hear when toggling between fantasy and reality.”

Just wrapping a U.S. tour supporting Grandson, and several festival dates including Bottle Rock, Shaky Knees, LaureLive, and 98Rock Festivals, The Blue Stones are working on new music with plans to release new material this fall.  Later this year, the band will be heading overseas to headline their first European tour. Fans in Europe can expect to see a brand new set. Full tour dates are below.

The Blue Stones recently released three new videos filmed when the band stopped by SiriusXM. In addition to two original songs, the group did a knockout cover of The Rolling Stones classic, (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction. Those tracks and more are featured on an all-new EP that came out on January 11, 2019, titled, Live In SIRIUSXM Studios.

Late last year the group debuted a music video for their hit single, Black Holes (Solid Ground), via Billboard Magazine. Directed by Jason Lester and filmed in Los Angeles, CA, this was the first music video the band had released from their new LP.  Black Holes (Solid Ground) peaked at #31 on the Alternative Chart and #22 on the Mainstream Rock Chart simultaneously, a feat not many artists get to claim and even fewer claim on an independent record label.

Jun 01 - Cincinnati, OH - Bunbury
Jun 02 - Camden, NJ - Radio 104.5 Birthday Show
Jun 08 - Cleveland, OH - Laurelive
Jun 15 - Toronto, ON - NXNE
Jun 14 - Hamilton, ON - Liquid Arts Festival
Jul 12 - Calgary, AB - Calgary Stampede
July 19 – St. Louis, MO - Ballpark Village performance at Busch Stadium
Sep 07 - Edmonton, AB - Sonic Field Day
Sep 20 - St. Johns, NL - Iceberg Alley Festival
Oct 16 - Newcastle, UK - Think Tank?
Oct 17 - Leeds, UK - Hyde Park Book Club
Oct 18 - Manchester, UK - Eagle Inn
Oct 19 - Glasgow, UK - Attic Bar at The Garage
Oct 21 - Bristol, UK - Rough Trade
Oct 22 - Brighton, UK - The Hope & Ruin
Oct 23 - London, UK - Sebright Arms
Oct 25 - Paris, FR - 1999
Oct 26 - Amsterdam, NL - London Calling
Oct 27 - Brussels, BE - Botanique Witloofbar
Oct 30 - Oslo, NO - Krosset
Oct 31 - Gothenburg, SE - Oceanen
Nov 01 - Stockholm, SE - Brooklyn Bar
Nov 02 - Malmo, SE - Folk a Rock
Nov 03 - Copenhagen, DE - Beta
Nov 05 - Berlin, DE - Privatclub
Nov 06 - Jena, DE - Rosenkeller
Nov 07 - Cologne, DE - Blue Shell
Nov 08 - Munich, DE - Milla Club
Nov 09 - Hamburg, DE - Rolling Stone Park
Nov 11 - Solothurn, CH - Kulturfabrik Kofmehl
Nov 12 - Zurich, CH - Dynamo Werk21
Nov 14- Vienna, AT - Rhiz
Nov 15 - Dresden, DE - Groove Station
Nov 16 Weissenhauser Strand, DE - Rolling Stone Beach
Nov 17 - Eindhoven, NL - VOF Cafe Wilhelmina

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