Kid Bloom releases groovy new single ‘Does It Make Me Wrong?’

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Is this groovy or what? The new single from Kid Bloom makes his second return this year with ‘Does It Make Me Wrong?’

The LA indie pop outfit is funky and fuzzy, setting out to break songwriting moulds and make pop rock relevant again. ‘Does it Make Me Wrong’ matches a universal guitar-fuzz with splatters of new wave that echoes the vibes of Tame Impala.

“This song is about the feeling when you are made to believe you did something wrong, when in your heart, you know you didn’t. It’s actually very interesting the power people can hold over each other.” – vocalist Lennon Kloser

The group was formed in 2015 by lead singer, songwriter, and guitarist, Lennon Kloser, who is joined by Blake Morell on bass, Clayton Sewelson on drums, and Zach Tabori on lead guitar.

The song follows on from the successful ‘Different State of Mind’ and ‘Electric U’ which have amassed over eight million streams on Spotify, as well as receiving plenty of American radio play. Top it all off with tours alongside The Neighbourhood, Kid Bloom is a name to remember.

Kid Bloom will release their EP Lemonhead this spring. For now, listen to “Does It Make Me Wrong?” below.

Good

  • Solid guitar riffs
  • Powerful croaky vocals

Summary

"This song is about the feeling when you are made to believe you did something wrong, when in your heart, you know you didn’t. It’s actually very interesting the power people can hold over each other.”
8.5

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