Somewhere between bodily hedonism and aloof daydreams, you’ll find Blooms. The London-based Irish artist first became known for her somnambulist electronic-pop through debut single ‘Skin’, drawing comparisons to Banks, London Grammar and Bats For Lashes.
Since then, Blooms has retained that refined approach to electronica as we hear in her latest track ‘Bare Bones’. Now, don’t be fooled by the delicate beat work or glassine vocals, this track is in fact a fearless statement calling for greater honesty in communication.
“Bare Bones is about the burden of dishonesty. The embarrassing predicament of being let down while everyone watches. All the while you’re simply asking for some respect. I know you’re about to break me but can you at least do it to my face?” – Blooms