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Trapped in The Dark Bedroom with Blind Season

Blind Season’s upcoming album is an ode to loneliness and toxicity that feel as if they were ripped from Billy Corgan’s Diary and featured in a film by Tim Burton. With the current questionable climate of the world there’s no question that this album will find its proper home and become a sign of the times. A tricky song to write in terms of tempo, but after a couple re writes I love how this song turned out. It represents a schizophrenic feeling that can be hard to pin point at times. Feeling trapped within yourself and just not leaving your room for days on end. Rock and Roll and turbulent relationships have gone hand in hand since the beginning of time. The origins of Blind Season are no different. Beginning with a rag tag group only forming through the means of owning instruments, and an evening involving the smashing of a mutual friend’s car. Blind Season had undergone 5 different incarnations until Shane Sigro the founding guitarist was faced with the ultimate decision between succumbing to normalcy or proving the previous members wrong. Choosing the latter, Sigro doubled down by taking vocal lessons and penning the new music that would breathe life into the new era of Blind Season.

EZ REVIEW: Take a hot minute to describe your perfect dark bedroom... Maybe it's mysterious. Perhaps it's ominous? Hey! Potentially it's filled with noxiously ghostly sorrows and musky atmospheric isolation? If this resonates with your idealized comfort zone, then YOU (my good chum) are in luck. The tuneful gang of musical nonconformists collectively known as Blind Season have just unlocked the door to their fresh new single THE DARK BEDROOM. Using hard rock as a melodious vehicle, Blind Season drives a catchy beat with lyrics that dwell on all things sinister, sick and sad in our current human rat race. We are always lonely. We are always uncomfortable. We are always heartbroken. Finally we have a appropriate theme song to our painful existence. In another world, this kind of tune might have found a fitting home within a Radiohead record... maybe even on a Interpol album. Then again, I'm satisfied with this world and I'm glad this dramatic little number made it onto a Blind Season album. Don't try to fight this darkness, just indulge and enjoy what you got. Keep up to date with N2BLÜ using the links below Facebook Twitter Instagram Soundcloud Spotify


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