The music of dizzybloom has always been difficult to classify. Some have compared them to The Sundays or The Smiths but their sound is often just too heavy and aggressive to put them into that same category. Some have said Led Zeppelin or Pink Floyd but again, the female vocals make these comparisons a stretch at best.
Others have stated that the songwriting is reminiscent of classic Fleetwood Mac of the late 70′s. But Fleetwood Mac didn’t often stray into the deep end of heavy topics like doubting your deeply held beliefs in the Afterlife, or the issues of substance abuse, poverty, homelessness or severe mental anguish. The band has always made an attempt to stretch their boundaries with every musical release they’ve had since 1997.
Sometimes they’ve been rewarded critically for their efforts and other times have left listeners confused and/or overwhelmed with too much information and “too many notes.” dizzybloom isn’t going to drastically change or alter their approach to songwriting just to become more commercially accepted by the masses. The only question that remains is whether or not YOU like what you hear. Some of it, all of it… none of it? It might not resonate on the first couple of listens but if you give their music a chance, it might just grow on you over time.
dizzybloom has recently signed with Two Side Moon Promotions in the UK for promotion and publicity. Their new album, Oceans, is now available on every major music website on the planet. Please take a look around the band’s website and soak in the music that has carried dizzybloom from its beginnings in Austin, Texas, to its current home in Utah. Thank you for listening to dizzybloom’s music–the band hopes that you enjoy what you see and hear and that you will feel motivated to help spread the good word to your friends and family.