The Bronx have dropped another track from their upcoming album 'Bronx VI', and it's a foot-tapping belter.
'Superbloom' is the name and in the mesh of classic guitar licks and soulful croons is a message of hope, inspiration and finding joy in the little things that like offers.
Vocalist Matt Caughthran had this to say:
’Superbloom is a search for deeper meaning. Musically, the song originated from our bass player Brad Magers, his first official offering on a Bronx record. The chorus was co-written by guitarist Joby Ford, so there is a sonic push/pull that takes place for the first time in Bronx history. Lyrically, the song is about a day I spent lost in the California wildflowers with an old friend. Reflecting on the past in a somewhat desperate attempt to make sense of the present. A very inspired song beginning to end, one of my favourites on the record.”
And here it is:
It follows on from 'White Shadow', which sounds like this:
'Bronx VI' is set for release on August 27.
The band are set to support Every Time I Die on their UK tour next year alongside Jesus Piece and Sanction.
Here are the dates:
27 - BRIGHTON Chalk
28 - NOTTINGHAM Rock City
29 - MANCHESTER Ritz
30 - LIVERPOOL Invisible Wind Factory