Alternative rock band Dark Bloom release song focused on mental health, ‘Daydream’

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Following the release of the Leicester trio’s late 2020 bombastic and sultry single, Bad News, Dark Bloom are continuing to push the boundaries of their artistic palette with single, Daydream. 

Produced by illustrious engineer Chris Coulter (Arcane Roots, Sun Arcana,) Daydream and its soaring choruses expresses the band at their most raw and vulnerable. 

“I think this one of our most poignant songs,” says vocalist, Ethan Syre “The song itself is about the loss of a loved one and the overwhelming grief that comes with that. The time that we get to spend with the people we love is such a treasure, and we can often take that for granted. This song is all about the regret that we can feel for not making the most of those moments.”

Daydream is also a song about mental health and the band are strong supporters of the charity Samaritans. We are not alone in our suffering and there is always someone we can talk to. 

“… I love the vocal on that, it’s got a wistful yet slightly-angsty vibe to it, it’s got that real pathos running through it.” – BBC Introducing East Midlands

Hailing from Leicester like the likes of Kasabian and Easy Life, Dark Bloom are the vivacious trio: Sulley Archer (vocals & bass), Ethan Syre (drums) and Robbie Birnie (guitar) that will stop at nothing to provide an exciting, new facet to Alternative Rock.

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