Breaking In

by La Bête Blooms

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‘Think Slowdive meeting Pixies thrown in with a bit of Kurt Cobain’s Incesticide guitar sound and you pretty much have it’
Lauren Laverne / 6Music

From the quiet storm of their first EP comes something much louder, La Bête Blooms’ latest single Breaking In is a step up in feedback, screams and volume for the Hull post punk five piece.

The band’s bold aggressive sound has seen strong support from notable radio DJs like BBC 6Music’s Steve Lamacq, Lauren Laverne, Tom Robinson, and Tom Ravenscroft, plus NME’s Radar team were also early to recognise the band’s promising output.

Taken from their upcoming second EP I Know It’s Nothing, due out early next year and produced by Matt Peel (Eagulls, Pulled Apart By Horses), the track’s urgency and desperate vocals accompany feedback and snarling guitars, reminiscent of the band’s debut single TV Speak, encapsulating the band’s live performances across the UK over the past year.

Having recently supported the likes of Ratboy, Jaws and The Big Moon, whilst touring the venues that matter across England, La Bete Blooms’ latest single welcomes you into a paranoid and abrasive world this autumn via Hull labels The Adult Teeth Recording Company and Warren Records.

Meeting through Hull’s esteemed music nights, this five-piece have grown in confidence, and merging a wall of noise with a keen ear for melody, La Bête Blooms have grown from their shoegaze, reverberated beginnings to become a force of guitar driven pop songs. The bands desire to prove their worth with a unique take on modern life up north, echoes their home city of Hull’s sentiments as it becomes 2017’s UK City of Culture. They’re entwined with the regions hard work to prove preconceptions wrong, and their name, created in a similar way to Bowie’s renowned songwriting ‘cut up’ method, translates as ‘the beast blooms’ and seems more apt than ever.

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Say it once, but don’t tell me again
You’ll always be my only friend
You’re my one, you’re not home and I’m breaking in, to see you again
I don’t even know why I always feel the way I do, I know, it won’t hurt again

You’ve said it once so don’t say it again
True love means we're more than friends,
Run it off, rule it out, but I’ll see you again, until then
I don’t even know why I always feel the way I do, I know, it won’t hurt again

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released October 7, 2016

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