Haunting Folk Pop from Los Angeles Debuts on ABC's Station 19. - Arch Leaves: Bloom
Blending folk-style acoustic guitar with sparse notes on the acoustic piano and a wistful message of human connection.
The title track from Arch Leaves’ debut EP "Bloom" blends folk-style acoustic guitar with sparse notes on the acoustic piano and a wistful message of human connection. This delicate and melodic track debuts tonight on ABC's Station 19, with a release to streaming platforms that is set for tomorrow on the indie record label Secret Process.
Arch Leaves is anchored by principle songwriter/producers AM and Brad Gordon, who in their own right have contributed to hundreds of soundtracks and scores for a myriad of films, television series, video games and commercials. "Bloom" evokes emotions that are both serene and surreal, while building a moody and cinematic landscape around precious, stolen moments of spiritual intimacy. Arch Leaves’ first single "Nowhere To Go" received high-profile song placements in the shows "Escape At Dannemora" and "Deadliest Catch," and the new EP expands their sonic palette into a haunting world of hope, darkness, and redemption.
Coins in the fountain
All we share
Here with us always
The Bloom EP was recorded at Brad Gordon’s Magic Carpet Studio studio in North Hollywood, California. This song is featured on our Roots Collection playlist.
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