Song of the Day: Bloomsday - Tuesday to Thursday

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Bloomsday’s debut “The Day the Colors Died” was brilliant, if a little disjointed. The trio ambitiously covered indie rock, shoegaze, jangle pop, slow-core, lo-fi, and emo all in the span of 10 songs. Amazingly, 20+ years later it still holds up. But it was their second release, this time an EP, that really caught listener’s ears and held them in a death grip. It was much more focused this time around–emotionally charged indie rock that somehow managed to merge emo and shoegaze into a singular, cohesive unit that was both of those things and yet neither of them entirely. Listen to the feedback and gut-wrenching vocals on standout cut “Tuesday to Thursday.” I had no idea was lead crooner Blake Westcott is singing about, but darn it if I don’t feel every note!

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November 13, 2019 9:16 pm

Wow, I’ve never heard of Bloomsday until this post. I can’t believe I’m only hearing their music now. This stuff is great, a total revelation for me.

November 11, 2019 8:31 pm

Love this band. So thankful I have both the debut album and the EP.

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