Du Blonde — at Brighton Green Door Store in Brighton, England, June 3, 2015

Du Blonde photo sets

at Brighton Green Door Store in Brighton, England, June 3, 2015


Nov 20, 2018

LUMP is a new band that teams up Laura Marling and Tunng's Mike Lindsay. Their self-titled debut album, LUMP, came out back in June via Dead Oceans. Now they have shared a video for the album's "May I Be the Light." Beth Jeans Houghton (aka musical artist Du Blonde) directed the animated video. More

Du Blonde Announces New Album, Takes a Spaghetti Bath in the Video for New Song “Buddy”

Lung Bread For Daddy Due Out February 22, 2019 via Moshi Moshi

Oct 11, 2018

Du Blonde is the project of UK-based multi-instrumentalist Beth Jeans Houghton. She has announced a new album, Lung Bread For Daddy, and has shared a video for a new song from it, "Buddy." More

Check Out Photos of Du Blonde in Brighton, England

June 3, 2015 at Green Door Store

Jun 03, 2015

Last night, Du Blonde (formerly Beth Jeans Houghton) performed at Brighton’s Green Door Store in support of her recently released album, Welcome Back to MilkMore

Mar 31, 2015

Releasing her debut album Welcome to Milk under her new moniker Du Blonde, UK musical artist Beth Jean Houghton has shared "Mind Is On My Mind," the latest single from the LP.

Du Blonde (Formerly Beth Jeans Houghton) Announces New Album

Welcome Back to Milk Due out May 19 via Mute

Mar 17, 2015

Come May 19, Du Blonde, otherwise known as Beth Jeans Houghton, will release her brand new album Welcome Back to Milk on May 19 via Mute. More

Feb 17, 2015

After releasing a single album under her own name, UK musical artist Beth Jeans Houghton is poised to return with a new LP this spring under her new moniker Du Blonde. More

Feb 03, 2015

Releasing her debut album Yours Truly, Cellophane Nose, in 2012, UK musical artist Beth Jeans Houghton has announced the adoption of a new moniker, Du Blonde. More


Welcome Back to Milk

Welcome Back to Milk


May 18, 2015

Coming to the end of the "David Bowie Is..." exhibition, this U.K. singer/songwriter was reminded of reasons why she chose to pursue music: the creative freedom it allowed artists to explore, to change, and to push their own boundaries. Browsing Bowie's many transformations, she felt regret at holding on to one sound and persona. Soon after, Beth Jeans Houghton, formerly of the Hooves of Destiny, became Du Blonde. More