|Artist||Bloom In Stereo|
|Genre||Pop > Pop|
|Copyright||© Freehead Records|
Ballad suitable for all radio stations
Hurt by Bloom In Stereo is a radio compatible ballad about finding that ones relationship is not compatible, it is about fighting for love, but still not being able to secure the relationship. Another strong songwriting and production from Bloom In Stereo. Biography Acoustic instruments backed by electronic beats unite with powerful vocals and what evolves is magic when an upright-bass player (Arnaud Francelet) and soulful vocalist (Trix Maeder) collide. The sound of bloom in stereo is a refined yet energetic mixture of different moods, underlined by catchy melodies, which linger and haunt your mind. Arnaud and Trix met in 2002, when she recorded some songs at Arnaud’s recording studio in Switzerland. Ever since that fateful day, they have been playing and singing in the same band, as well as, composing and writing songs together. By 2008, after the name and formation of their band had changed several times, Arnaud and Trix finally decided to continue and realize their musical vision as a duo, following archetypes reminiscent of Everything but the Girl and The Eurhythmics. The outcome of this new concept has enriched the quality and inspiration of their songs in a number of ways. First, by the cultural exposure and inspiration followed by positive local feedback during their production and recording in pulsing cities like New York City and Bangkok. And finally, bloom in stereo’s songs also benefits from the collaboration with international musicians all over Europe and the World in sundry tasks from guest studio musicians, live performance with international players on stage to flesh out the instrumental part of the compositions, and in production as well. For post-production, the duo has been getting international producers and sound ingeneers on board. Among them are Guillaume Macherel, Geoffrey Gurd and Dave Draper. They are of invaluable support during the final arrangements and the mixing of the songs. The first official album authentic was released in March 2011 by the label damp-music. The second album is already in the middle of production. The new songs will be even more energetic and electronic, so that they will certainly animate the audience of any dance club. See also "I Still Do" or "Desert Island". During live concerts, the duo convinces audiences to be deeply moved with a passionate vocal and stellar instrumental performance, all with an independent, innovative style of music. Backed up live by a rotating host of impressive musicians and recently by a DJ, who takes care of the electronic elements, bloom in stereo’s talents, experience and professionalism on the World stage ensures a perfected live acoustic experience, which only extends to their songs, lifting them to a higher level.