With his highly-anticipated new album set to arrive next week, Max Bloom has now unveiled the next cut to be lifted from his forthcoming full-length.
The new single 'All The Same' follows on from the previously shared 'Palindromes' and the record's title-track in previewing his new LP 'Pedestrian', which is out on the 18th June via his own Ultimate Blends label.
Speaking about the new offering, he said, "This song started as an experiment for something I was thinking of writing for another artist, but I ended up liking it too much so I used it for myself. I was listening to Colours by Beck and Hot Thoughts by Spoon a lot at the time. I wanted to make something more synth based and pop orientated, but quite strange sounding at the same time. I wrote the lyrics with my girlfriend Anna, and we were talking a lot about the difficulty and insecurity we both face releasing music, and how unrewarding it can feel putting your music out into this huge void. I guess you could say it’s a song about writing songs!"
Check out the new video for 'All The Same' in the player below.