The born drummer recently returned to his roots by digging into the new found love for Sheffield United.
As Blandy himself quickly pointed out, he is far from being a fair fan and the Bramall Lane club is still struggling in the league and sticking to his glory --
After blindly jumping on Newcastle\'s wagon in childhood, hunting days have passed.
Drummers are currently touring with Spector, promoting their new single, never fade, and releasing their debut album, enjoy it, before its launch on August 13, find time to talk to Sky Sports about changing blades with cartoons, worshiping Andy Cole and his somewhat irrational fear of former Nottingham Forest man Andrea Silenzi.
I have been a fan of Newcastle since I was 5 to 12.
I was so obsessed with them when I was young.
I think that if you are not raised by your parents and they ask you to play games and say \"this is your team and this is where you come from\" you are not loyal to your city
So it was a great support when I started supporting Newcastle.
Even though they have never won anything, it is exciting that they are always there.
I didn\'t give up football, but when I was a teenager, I didn\'t focus on football as much as I do now.
So I\'m not always a fan of Sheffield United, but I\'m now.
I \'ve always liked them better than Sheffield Wednesday, but I only really took them as my team when I left Sheffield.
I think I like them because I moved away when I was 19 and I miss living in Sheffield and my grandma and brother follow them too so I feel like I should support him
My family also lives in Healy, so it\'s not far from Brammer Lane.
I\'m not a fair fan because obviously we\'re not doing very well but I\'m not going to say I\'m doneand-
But I think I\'m always a fan now.
I remember we had free tickets so I went with my brother and all his teammates who were all Manchester United fans.
I think this is the first time I really heard about football. I was about five years old.
I don\'t know what\'s going on but I want to go.
At that time, we played under the blue sky, so it was either Coventry or Manchester City. We were in the old First Division and now the Champions League.
We are in Brammer Lane. I don\'t know which stand we are in, but I can\'t see anything.
I kept thinking about it and said, \"Did we score ? \"
But it was a very boring game and ended up with 0-0.
When I was young, most of my friends were fans of Sheffield Wednesday, and I played more Wednesday games with my teammates --
But I never supported them.
I read the magazine during the competition, but I was not involved at all.
Because I don\'t feel anything about them, I can never pretend I\'m a fan of Wednesday.
Because he was standing in the stands with music.
If you remember the music in the stands, it\'s some of the most exciting music, and it\'s even exciting to hear now.
There was a piece of Andy Cole in the intro, and I remember I thought he was great.
When I first started supporting Sheffield United, it was probably someone like Stephen Quinn.
I did go to some Blade games when I was young, and my heroes were also people like Nathan Black and Alan Kelly, because when I was young, I used to score goals so I liked him very much.
It sounds terrible as an adult.
But I remember a TV show called Captain Planet, an animated film.
In one of the episodes, it would be when I was about four or five years old, something happened to one of the female characters, she got older quickly, and within a few seconds she became one
It really made me feel funny. It was really scary.
This is the kind of thing that I would think of afterwards, and I thought, \"I hope this will not happen to people I know \".
Anyway, I used to get Merlin\'s sticker, and Andrea Silenzi, a member of the Nottingham Forest team, looked exactly the same as when she was 80.
He may be a good guy and his hair is beautiful, but I found him really scary.
I don\'t think I \'ve ever seen him play, but in this book I \'ve never thought about looking at his page.
It was after my first game at Sheffield United, so I just started to realize football, and I\'m about five years old.
There is TV every night and the whole family is watching it.
It was Italy\'s match against Brazil in the final.
The straps were more fancy at the time and now look out of date, but in the heat of the United States I remember the Mexican goalkeeper\'s straps looking like disco lights.
This is the first time I have met with all the foreign players.
I don\'t even know how good that game was. I don\'t remember it.
I only remember watching the final, Ireland did well and Roberto Baggio from Italy knocked Nigeria out, which was very frustrating for Nigeria.
I remember at one point in the final when Brazil hit the post and Gianluca paglika kissed the post.
This stands out for some reason.
I remember I was a goalkeeper when I was about 8, but my arm was broken so I couldn\'t play with Birley Spa, which was really disappointing. We lost 6-
I didn\'t even go to see it because it was too frustrating not to play with it.
Also, I was injured in training and my teeth were bleeding when I thought \"the goalkeeper was a little dangerous\" so I stopped scoring.
Then I want to be a striker, but I\'m not that good.
When their best forward moved to London, I did get into a sixth-grade team and I got a position.
It was the beginning of the summer and I signed up for next season, so when we went on vacation in Spain I spent the whole summer on the grass, imagining my season and scoring.
But when the season started, I played for three minutes every game and I was on the bench all the time.
I only scored one goal all season, but I was banned.
Our manager is not allowed by the referee!
I resigned at the end of the season.
It has buttons and is a polo-style shirt, usually black and white, sponsored by McEwan\'s beer.
After a few seasons I also got a very good goalkeeper jersey because I was scoring at the time and the chest was like a sunset in Newcastle with the Tyne Bridge in the background and the Newcastle Brown beer logo in the middle.
I think I have this at home.
This is the first one I bought with my own money and my mom and I went to Virgin to buy it.
My brother used to have it on tape, but I have it on CD.
Then I bought the junk album and the ocean color scene.
I\'m still listening to it and it\'s still great.
Spector\'s debut album, enjoy it as it continues, was released through the novel in August 13.
Visit the band\'s official website.