MaDa Music Presents Bloom Twins Thursday 17th May 2018 Plus very special guests Dan Bettridge + Grace Ackerman
After having just released their newest single #ShesNotMe with futuristic lyric video the girls continue to gain many new fans. Their December single #TalkToMe video has racked up 84k views along with their December 2017 headline show packing out. With everything going on be sure to know the Ukranian electro pop twins, Bloom twins are back with their biggest headliner show to date. With a busy 2017 supporting the likes of LP and Duran Duran on their world arena tour the girls get set for even more new releases and shows.
With a forever growing international fanbase after having put in the ground work with previous singles and constant touring taking in Japan, Ukrain and UK the models are excited to bring you further singles of their dark pop productions and real lyrics.
They have had big love from the likes of Sunday Time, Vogue Magazine and Guardian and most recently Disorder Mag, Distract TV, EQ Music and Get In Her Ears. "Classy sinuous electro noir” - The Sunday Times “So far so prodigious…Expect to hear much more of them very soon” - Vogue “Their music is autobiographical” - The Independent “You need to know about their brand of dark pop” - The Daily Mail “Divinely dynamic yet dark sisterly harmonies” - The Guardian
With the release of his new singles 'Blame' and 'Heavenly Father' ahead of his debut album, to critical acclaim, we're excited to have Dan playing for us. The 24 year old has already gained much love from the likes of Line Of Best Fit, Clash Magazine, Radio One's Huw Stephens and BBC Radio 2's Jo Whiley, Bob Harris and Dermot O'Leary. He's supported Band Of Horses for two nights at O2 Shepherds Bush Empire and already played Canadian Music Week, MIDEM and The Great Escape among many others. This year also sees him return to the US for the huge SXSW Festival.
With a brand new long awaited single being released this month the London based songstress has previously had love from BBC Introducing and Clash Magazine with single releases including 'Feels Like Home'. Being the 5 time we've had her on our shows, she's currently been in the studio writing new material. Her live shows just keep getting better and defiantly one not to miss.
Clash Premiered: 'Feels Like Home' spans this full range; at times stripped back, at others pushing towards the epic, it's quite a performance.