All the way from Ukraine come Sonia and Anna Kuprienko, better known as the Bloom Twins- an identical force to be reckoned with. They ooze style that seeps into their music and have already attracted the attention of big-name artists.
Just a few short years into their blossoming career, the Bloom Twins have already done a two year support slot with British new-wave icons Duran Duran.
Their musical career started 5 years ago when they made the long move to London after meeting with their managers for the first time. They are classically trained musicians, and it was their mother who taught them to sing whilst they were still very young.
Never forgetting their classically trained past, but determined to establish themselves firmly in the music industry, Bloom Towns have created their own unique genre, dark-pop.
In an interview with Salute Magazine, Sonia says dark-pop is ‘a music combo of black and white, fashion and music, electric dark sounds and pop’.
Their song ‘Talk To Me’ was Live Manchester’s Track of the Day and ‘She’s Not Me’ was published on the Sunday Times Hottest Track List in March.
‘Talk To Me’ is about the importance of talking about mental health and not isolating yourself. Inspired by a personal event, the video was directed by Serge Vane (David Lynch Foundation) and Bloom Twins teamed up with Sane, Samaritans and Crisis Text Line in an effort to encourage people to speak up about mental illness.
The Bloom Twins have an upcoming show on the 7th November at The Courtyard in Hoxton, London and are already teasing fans with new music in preparation via their Twitter page.
If you want to catch the Ukrainian dark-pop duo, then tickets are available now via: http://gigst.rs/BTw
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