In pictures: Blind Channel’s wild homeland show in Finland

Backstage, onstage and everywhere in-between at Blind Channel’s standalone headline date at Möysän Musaklubi last Friday night.

In pictures: Blind Channel’s wild homeland show in Finland
Emily Carter
Joona Mäki

As Blind Channel continue to build on their rise since the release of fourth album Lifestyles Of The Sick & Dangerous last month, the Finnish ‘violent pop’ gang played a very sweaty, very fun sold-out show in their homeland on Friday night before they head out on their European and UK headline tour.

Photographer Joona Mäki was there at the Möysän Musaklubi to capture the sextet in action – both backstage and onstage. While much bigger rooms beckon, this was a chance for fans to see Blind Channel in a more intimate venue. Following a number of massive festival appearances already this summer, here the group got up close and personal with their home crowd. Enjoy the chaos…

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