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London noise pop music group Blooms began in 2012 when singer and bassist Rachel Kenedy answered guitarist Sam Ayres’ “vocalist wished” advert as well as the duo began attempting to produce music that sounded like “early Madonna through a broken tape machine” and was motivated with the dark, fuzzy, reverb-heavy indie pop of groupings like Dark Tambourine, the Swirlies, and Henry’s Gown. Adding drummer Jordan Hockley, they quickly discovered themselves playing live around London frequently, eventually touring European countries with the Discomfort to be Pure in mind and even rendering it to the Claims for 2013’s NY Popfest. Flowers released many 7″ singles, EPs, and compilation looks before their debut recording, Do WHAT YOU WOULD LIKE to, It’s LIST OF POSITIVE ACTIONS, materialized in 2014. The recording featured ethereal creation from noted maker and previous Suede songwriter Bernard Butler. Their second recording found Flowers documenting with maker Brian O’Shaughnessey (the Customers, My Bloody Valentine) at Bark Studios and presented a sound even more comparable to their concert events, with abrasive guitars towards the fore. Everybody’s Dying to meet up You premiered by Fortuna Pop! in early 2016.

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