Blurred vision

Blurred Vision


Catch Blurred Vision at Download Festival on Sunday 16th June

and/or at the FREE show launch gig at the Old Queens Head, 44 Essex Road, N1 8LN on June 6th.

Check out the video for their new single Magdalena HERE (available on all major platforms right now!)

“Stadium/arena sound with intellectual clout” – Record Collector Magazine. Launched in 2010 with support of Roger Waters. Based in London, UK. Album two coming soon…”

With the announcement of a new live lineup, and founder/frontman and songwriter Sepp Osley at the helm, Blurred Vision are on the verge of releasing their second album, produced by Terry Brown, and are preparing to take fans on a new musical journey. Album two will make your hips move, your mind think, and your heart feel – It is a contemporary ride through the genre breaking, multi layered world of Blurred Vision’s new sound!

The new lineup sees the addition of some of London’s hottest young musicians. Joining Sepp Osley will be Bentley Levy on bass, Jake Bradford Sharp on drums, and Ed Bennett on guitars.

A major touring and release campaign is in the pipeline for 2019.

Blurred Vision released their debut album ‘Organised Insanity’ in April 2015, to rave reviews and critical acclaim from the UK/Europe, US and Canada. Team Rock hailed their debut as “one of the best of 2015″ and Record Collector Magazine called them “a Stadium/Arena sounding band with intellectual clout”.

A Viral video, the support and blessing of Pink Floyd legend Roger Waters, a sellout performance at The Beatles 50th Anniversary Concert in New York City, and the band who provide the soundtrack to the new Paramount Pictures feature film ‘Manhattan Undying’ – the future of this 3 piece musical force is set to be as rich, influential and inspiring as their background story of becoming a celebrated new Rock ‘N’ Roll band.

Full biography below:

Rock band Blurred Vision, to quote Classic Rock, “have genuine individuality and flair” and Record Collector Magazine hails them as a band with an “arena, stadium sound and intellectual clout”.

But their story starts way back. The two Iranian brothers Sepp and Sohl Osley fled their home country early on and ended up in Canada. One day at a gig, motivated by the violence they were witnessing through social media in Iran, they changed the words of ‘Another Brick in the Wall’ to ‘Hey Ayatollah Leave Those Kids Alone’. The song worked, Roger Waters gave his blessing and his endorsement of the band, something rarely seen from the legendary Pink Floyd founder, and his support continues on to this day.

Celebrated film producer Babak Payami heard about them and made a video. On February 1st 2010 it was uploaded to YouTube. The impact was immediate.

When the YouTube hits reached 100K Sky News got involved. When word spread to the US Associated Press wrote a piece and the President noticed. The video had gone viral.

Much media followed including BBC GMT (watched by 75 million). But there was a problem – after all the crazy coverage the brothers still had no band.

Enter celebrated producer Terry Brown. He introduced them to drummer Ben Riley and it was band at first sight.

Still the video wasn’t over. It had been submitted for two film festivals including London’s Soho Shorts. It won best music video at the first ever Beverly Hills Film and New Media Festival in October 2010. It was an official selection in the Atlantic City Film Festival and, most notably, it was chosen by Televisor Germany in association with MTV Europe as one of the Top 100 Most Influential Pop Music Videos of All time. It was also displayed in the Museum of Modern Art in Cologne and at Fact Liverpool.

The next four years were spent gigging and honing their craft. In 2012 they became official ambassadors of NYC based hunger and poverty charity Whyhunger, joining the likes of Bruce Springsteen and Yoko Ono, amongst others.

Blurred Vision became the only Canadian band invited to perform at The Beatles 50th Anniversary Concert in New York playing a sold out crowd at Manhattan’s Hudson Theatre. They then played at the US’ annual WhyHunger Awards and in 2014 performed at what would become one of the world’s biggest festivals – World Pride in Toronto – which brought in 2 million + attendees to the pride parade.

The band released their debut album ‘Organised Insanity’ in April 2015 through Cherry Red Records UK. A celebrated and critically acclaimed first release that has been widely received by fans and critics alike and hailed as “one of the best of 2015″ by Team Rock UK. They followed the release with a tour of the UK with none other than iconic British band Uriah Heep. The band’s explosive live show was set in stone when critics praised the group’s unique sound and stadium persona and British music writer Malcolm Dome called them an “iconic band in the making”.

They worked on an inspiring video for their new single, ‘Dear John’, dedicated to John Lennon which was released on the legend’s 75th birthday on 8th October 2015. Fans and musicians world- wide took part and the end result was a poignant tribute to the man and his legacy. (100% of download sales are being donated to WhyHunger.)

Most recently, the band inked a deal seeing 7 original songs featured in the latest motion picture release from Paramount Pictures called ‘Manhattan Undying’.

Articulate, talented, globally ambitious with a healthy vision for peace, these boys mean business!

“Peace is the message and Rock ‘N’ Roll, our particular tool, is our conduit” – Blurred Vision


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