22 Songs, 1 Hour 12 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

A sunburst of imaginative, melodic indie that refuses to stay still. From “Charlemagne”’s bombastic synths to the giddy dancefloor pomp of “Texia”, via singer Tom Ogden drawing on the “stately homes of England” for “Blown Rose”, the Stockport five-piece’s debut is a dazzlingly confident beast. Like contemporaries The 1975, Blossoms appreciate the value of a deeply catchy pop hook. Muddled with their ‘70s psych-rock sensibilities, they’ve hatched quite the potent sound.

EDITORS’ NOTES

A sunburst of imaginative, melodic indie that refuses to stay still. From “Charlemagne”’s bombastic synths to the giddy dancefloor pomp of “Texia”, via singer Tom Ogden drawing on the “stately homes of England” for “Blown Rose”, the Stockport five-piece’s debut is a dazzlingly confident beast. Like contemporaries The 1975, Blossoms appreciate the value of a deeply catchy pop hook. Muddled with their ‘70s psych-rock sensibilities, they’ve hatched quite the potent sound.

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