London based trio SUN BLOOM create surf, dream-pop and gentle indie-rock that will deliver refreshing sunshine directly into your heart…
Their new sound, “Take It Away” from their summer-born E.P. of the same name is available now, and we had a listen. [Video below.]
Along with a jarocho-style musical shake, the wobbly voice wafers & curls around a set of glittering rhythms much like a rainbow wahoo might do in the barracuda basin. The voice is milk caramel and the effect is rather like seeing yourself reflected in the patinated sheen on a diving bell.
Talking about video for the track, front woman Viv Youel says:
“It’s a homemade video that captures the hazy joy of days at the seaside, trips abroad and summers spent in back gardens, larking around with not much on...”
“A nostalgic insight into Summer times from different eras. I wanted the vintage footage to reflect the story of the lyrics, which are about looking back, and missing someone from your past who’s now far away- the memory persisting despite the distance.”
You can get a copy of the E.P. HERE
Catch Sun Bloom live on Friday, 27th September for free at The Constitution in Camden.
File alongside: Alvvays