News: Pop Riser Loome Returns With First Release Of 2024, ‘MARS’

Suffolk Alt-Pop sensation Loome unveils his debut album with the electrifying single ‘MARS’, the solo artists first release of 2024 offering a taste of the upcoming debut album. With support from Spotify editorials and a history of tastemaker press coverage, the solo artist has his sights set on the heights of fellow East Anglian Ed Sheeran.

With an effortless coolness and irresistible melodies, Loome captivates listeners with his unique brand of pop songwriting and immersive soundscapes. Self-recorded and self-produced, ‘MARS’ pulsates with a mesmerising blend of boxy synth synth and bass, instantly drawing listeners into Loome’s world. His velvety vocals glide gracefully over the intricate instrumentation, while distorted glitches add a touch of gritty allure before the track unfolds, with filtered, distorted guitar riffs which inject a sense of energy into the lush sonic landscape. Adorned with ear-worm vocal melodies, the track is another fine example of Loome’s ability as a songwriter.

Reflecting on the inspiration behind the single, Loome shares, “This song felt so natural to write & produce. It was one of those tracks that I didn’t intentionally sit-down to write, it just happened and when I looked up (notably happier) there it was. The lyrics are inspired by Greek mythology… I was watching the movie 300 the night before and it obviously seeped into my brain along with some recent relationship struggles. These are themed around how anger can change someone’s personality and how love can be felt at the most turbulent times.”

LOOME, the brainchild of Suffolk-based multi-instrumentalist, producer, and writer Tomas Frankson, has been making waves with extensive Spotify editorial playlist support and accolades, along with widespread radio airplay and critical acclaim. With ‘MARS’, Loome builds anticipation for his upcoming debut album.

Listen below:

Previous News: The Menzingers Announce Australian tour
Next Live Review: overpass - Leeds 22.03.24

No Comment

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.