Xmas 2022 gig now on sale. Click poster below for tickets

The Blue Aeroplanes to appear at Bristol Harbourside Festival

on Saturday 16th July 2022

Stage time will be 6.15pm for a 1 hour set. Full info here

Merry Christmas from The Blue Aeroplanes!

We have lots of new goodies in stock available via our website shop

We have just released a limited edition live CD “The Blue Aeroplanes Live 85” featuring previously unreleased recordings at the Hope Chapel and the Western Star Domino Club from the days when the band had its own on-stage DJ, guest didgeridoo player and played the first part of the set behind a huge sheet of clear plastic!

Gerard Langley’s second book “Selected Poems And Lyrics Vol.2” has just been released plus we have 50 extra copies of Vol.1 which was previously sold out

We have now re-stocked all t-shirt sizes plus a new “Bop Art” design available in both white and blue

We also have a few copies of the 2006 album “Altitude” now available


In other news, the brand new studio album is finished. We are waiting in a big queue with most other bands for an available slot for vinyl pressing. As soon as we have a release date we will let you know

Looking forward to a much busier 2022!

Gerard, John, Rod, Chris, Mike, Bec & Wojtek









Here’s a song from the next album signalling an end to a difficult year for us and everyone else. Here’s to a much better 2021! Happy Christmas!


In other news:

Here is a message from Chris:

Here is Mike’s lockdown video for his recent solo single:

Bec has been juggling Lemons. For a full version of the song (and more), visit the IDestroy youtube channel here.

And meet the new member to help us face the coming apocalypse:

Stay safe and stay tuned!

For an interesting recent take on Swagger, click here.

For some intriguingly in-depth views on early Aeroplanes material, check this out.

Advance Welcome, Stranger! reviews:

Americana UK

Music News

The Rock Club

Contact Music

Sonic Breakfast

Live reviews:

Louder Than War

365 Bristol


Penny Black

We Are Cult

Music Radar


Coney’s Loft