Song Premiere: Stream Night Talks’ Bold New Single “Mr Bloom”

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Rumbling through with yet another rousing single, Los Angeles quartet Night Talks have premiered “Mr. Bloom,” the second song reveal off their debut full-length record In Dreams. Led by the vocal prowess of Soraya Sebghati’s bewitching croon, “Mr Bloom” wraps you in an anthemic blanket of sounds. From Sebghati’s classic vocals, heightened by the steady roar of Cris Arteaga’s drum bravado and the cryptic bass of Josh Arteaga, Night Talks rounds out a bold, yet inviting sound for “Mr. Bloom.” Not to mention, Jacob Butler’s ripping guitar solo gives the song a sharp edge to its 80s alt rock tone.

“‘Mr. Bloom’ is unique because it’s the only song that’s not based in my own reality, reveals  Sebghati. “The song is based on the main character in the James Joyce novel Ulysses. The lyrics act as the voice of reason in Leopold Bloom’s head as he’s essentially being put on trial for his actions and motivations.”

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Creating music that is self-described as “dark, shimmery and kinetic,” Night Talks’ forthcoming debut album In Dreams is set to unravel all those emotions tied up inside you. With songs like “Mr. Bloom” or the previously released slow-burner that it is “Green,” the album just might be the necessary cathartic release we all need sometimes.

“From a lyrical perspective, the album is mostly a journey through my own emotions,” shares Sebghati. “It’s a big range of feelings, from the joy you get from catching someone in a lie, to the jealousy you feel when you think a significant other has abandoned you, to the necessity to make an unapologetic statement of who you are.”

Night Talks finished recording In Dreams this past March. The band plans to release their debut album in 2017. Get a taste for what they’re all about with the premiere of “Mr. Bloom” below, as well as  the preiously released “Green.”

Night Talks will perform this Saturday, September 17 at the 9th Annual Venice Vintage Motorcycle Rally. They also have another show date at The Satellite on September 29. For upcoming tour dates and news, you can follow Night Talks via their Facebook page.

Stream the Premiere of Night Talks’ “Mr Bloom”

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Video: Night Talks “Green”

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