Sheffield’s Blossomer have now shared their atmospheric new single ‘HLLW’, out now via Instant Karma.

The single flickers with fragile flourishes and synths, creating a sound that is undeniably hypnotic and reminiscent of Wild Beasts’ sensual blend of eclectic dream-pop. Talking about the track, lead singer Alex Crabbe elaborates, “it was written over a transitional period of moving to London so the production went through a lot of changes and a load of re-recording. It was sort of influenced by very low end stuff like Nine Inch Nails and Massive Attack. I sort of wanted it to be quite abrasive and industrial, which is why the beginning sounds quite harsh and almost out of place.”

‘HLLW’ is out now via Instant Karma.

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