Aidan Bissett, the indie-pop singer and songwriter, has released his new single, “Bloom,” today. The song, which is available via Capitol Records, is a measured and introspective track filled with new wave nostalgia, hinting at the rising star’s massive potential. Alongside the release of the single, Bissett has also unveiled a stunning music video that showcases his unique charisma and charm.
“Bloom” follows the release of Bissett’s previous single, “Out of My League,” which was released in April. The new song begins with a contemplative beat, pulsing piano, and bass, with Bissett singing, “All of the roads led me to you, stars on the ceiling in my living room. You’re in a white dress, bumming a cigarette — that memory’s blue.” The chorus of the song is layered with harmonies, creating an emotional and uplifting atmosphere.
The music video for “Bloom” features Bissett surrounded by beautiful green hillsides and distant mountains. Dressed in baggy green slacks and a floral sweater, Bissett sings and plays guitar, evoking a sense of nostalgia for a different era in pop music. The video can be viewed on the artist’s official YouTube channel.
“Bloom” comes a month after Bissett treated fans to his infectious pop gem “Out of My League” and the combustible “A Song for Her.” The artist has recently achieved a significant milestone, amassing over 410 million combined global streams across platforms.
Bissett is currently touring the U.S. this spring with Capitol Records label mates Valley. He is also set to make his festival debut at Lollapalooza in August. With the release of “Bloom,” Bissett has a new, show-stopping track for fans and newcomers who see him take the stage in person.
- June 2: Detroit, MI —Saint Andrews Hall
- June 3: Columbus, OH—The Bluestone
- August 5: Chicago, IL—Lollapalooza