Los Angeles-based indie-rock band Kid Bloom has released a brand new single, “Does It Make Me Wrong?”— a twinkly, Tame Impala-esque twist of melodies that does a lot to showcase vocalist Lennon Kloser‘s unique voice. The song follows the band’s widely successful track, “Sugarcoat”, and falls in line with the band’s other candy-coated, danceable singles like “Electric U” and “She Only Stays On The Weekends”. With Zach Tabori on guitar, Clayton Sewelson on drums, and Blake Morell on bass, every element of the song melds together perfectly to create the perfect danceable beat. “’Does It Make Me Wrong?’ is about the feeling when you are made to believe you did something wrong, when in your heart, you know you didn’t,” explains Kloser. “It’s actually very interesting the power people can hold over each other.”
Coming off a recent fall tour with The Regrettes and The Neighbourhood, along with a supporting show for Keuning earlier this month, the band is set to embark on a small, four-date California-area tour, with support in the Los Angeles-area from alt-indie band Summer Salt. The band sets out early this month, starting off in Berkeley, CA and hitting LA’s The Roxy the next day. Tickets are available here, with a full list of dates below.
Kid Bloom will release their EP Lemonhead this spring. For now, listen to “Does It Make Me Wrong?” below.
Tour Dates (* w/ Summer Salt):
3.6 Berkeley, CA @ Cornerstone Craft Beer & Live Music
3.7 Los Angeles, CA @ The Roxy Theatre*
3.8 Anaheim, CA @ Chain Reaction*
3.9 San Diego, CA @ Irenic*