Superbloom swirl through grunge and alternative on new single “Falling Up”

Superbloom swirl through grunge and alternative on new single “Falling Up”

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Today, Brooklyn, NY-based band Superbloom have shared their new single “Falling Up”. The two-minute long track swirls through dynamic chord structures and lush melodies that pack a punch. Vocalist Dave Hoon delivers catchy-hooks, projected by lustful lyrics mixed in English and French. The band self-recorded and produced the song and it was mixed and mastered by Zach Tuch (Touche Amore, Silverstein, Movements). It serves as a follow-up from their self-released 2021 debut album Pollen (mastered by Will Yip, mixed by Joe Reinhart, and produced by Superbloom), which has received over a million plays on Spotify. On the record the band combines melody focused grunge with moments of shoegaze and alt-rock for an enticing listen that has drawn comparisons ranging from classic alternative rock acts like Silverchair and Gish-era Smashing Pumpkins to more contemporary bands like Basement and Nothing. Superbloom will hit the festival circuit this year, performing at Welcome To Rockville, Aftershock, Louder Than Life, and The Fest. Full dates below.

Superbloom is Dave Hoon (vocals/guitar), Tim Choate (guitar), Brian DiMeglio (bass), and Matteo Dix (drums).

Upcoming Shows:
May 20th – Gainesville FL @ Looseys w/ Palomino Blond and Supertwin
May 22nd – Jacksonville, FL @ Welcome to Rockville Festival
Sept 22nd – Louisville, KY @ Louder Than Life Festival
Oct 6th – Sacramento, CA @ Aftershock Festival
Oct 28th-30th – Gainesville FL @ The Fest