WATCH: Blossoms translate Northern slang

22 June 2019, 15:00 | Updated: 22 June 2019, 15:01

The Stockport five-piece take you through some of the most interesting Northern slang.

One of the best things about Great Britain is the huge difference in regional dialects… from North to South, East to West, the variation in language is incredible.

What do you do with “chuddy”? What on earth is a “ginnel”?

And what better way to celebrate Blossoms frontman Tom Ogden's birthday than by watching the band take us through some of the best Northern words.

Watch our video above where they take us through everything from the well-known "our kid" to "sweating cobs" above.

Meanwhile, Blossoms are preparing to play their biggest gig to date at Stockport County FC Ground.

The Charlemagne five-piece play the massive homecoming show on Saturday 22 June at the football team's Edgeley Park Stadium.

Joining them at the career-defining gig will be special guests and mentors The Coral, joined by Cabbage, The Blinders and Fuzzy Sun.

Watch Blossoms perform Charlemagne at this year's Global Awards: