Single Review: Glitch Project – Bloom

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Glitch Project, an Italian two-piece female combo, have cracked the code to producing a big hit and delivering it with ease on ‘Bloom’.

The new track is one-of-a-kind, and it gives alt-pop a fresh edge. Federica and Maida, both from Turin, conduct an extraordinary adventure filled with various exciting noises that erupt from the compound as it develops.

Glitch Project delight with their inaugural performance, spreading their wings at breakneck speed. They sing calmly, and their peaceful qualities climb to the top of the mix very immediately. Glitch Project also drew inspiration from some of the most influential acts, such as Florence And The Machine and Tame Impala. They do, however, bring a new dimension to an already well-known sound.

We hear a variety of elements as the track proceeds, each adding fuel to the fire. The arrangement in the middle of the track adds depth to the potent mix by infusing it with a contagious warmth. When the music hits the melting point, the drums also shatter through the texture. They have a great rhythm, and the foot-tapping to the enticing cadence is infectious.

Glitch Project’s 2021 will be highly kind because of the group’s unconventional approach to music and ongoing progress. They’re flying the flag high, and I wouldn’t be surprised if they topped the bill at a slew of festivals over the coming summer months.

Check out the track over on Spotify, and make sure and support the artists by following them on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube.

About the Author


Jack Kirby is a music journalist with plenty of years of experience in music press under his sleeve.

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