Treasure Bloom Transforms Himself on ‘Stay Safe’

‘Stay Safe’ contains a plethora of experimental fusions, combining R&B and heavy 808 pulses to create a kaleidoscopic, lo-fi aura.

UK-based singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Treasure Bloom demonstrates his emporium of talent on his latest release, ‘Stay Safe.’ This new single from the R&B artist, formerly known as ‘Treasure,’ is an anthem for self-protection inspired by the hit BBC series, The Serpent. The track contains a plethora of experimental fusions, combining R&B and heavy 808 pulses to create a kaleidoscope, lo-fi aura.

‘Stay Safe’ is the latest track off the genre-blending singer, rapper, and musician’s upcoming debut EP, Nostalgia. Nostalgia serves as the follow-up to Nostalgia: The Prelude, which Treasure Bloom self-released in 2020 under his former moniker. On Nostalgia, Treasure metamorphosizes into Treasure Bloom, ushering in a new sonic era as he teams up with Berlin-based underground boutique label Kommerz Records. Label co-owners and brothers, Lukas and Jonathan Nixdorff, discovered the London-born and Hertfordshire-based creative genius through an artist friend in common, Jay Lewn, and connected through social media months later. 

Since his debut in 2019, Treasure Bloom has racked up an impressive track record of releases. The electronic experimentalist extraordinaire writes and produces all his music in his home studio, his influences ranging from Frank Ocean-esque progressive R&B to stripped-down acoustic folk all the way to his musical upbringings in metal. It’s this unpredictable and at times contradicting nature that makes Treasure Bloom one of the most fascinating new artists to come out of the UK.

‘Stay Safe’ is now available on all streaming platforms including Spotify, Apple Music, TIDAL, and Soundcloud. Be sure to follow Treasure Bloom on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter and stay tuned for the release of Nostalgia, out August 6th.

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