UTG PREMIERE: Bloodstream – “Breeze”


Today we are happy to bring you a premiere from an exciting new act hailing from Worcester, Massachusetts: Bloodstream.

“Breeze” is a wonderful introduction to the band (as their first track ever released). Get ready to get hit hard by huge guitars, layered by definitive rock and infused with elements of emo and grunge.

“Breeze” does not play like a band’s debut to the world. Bloodstream present themselves as a collective force that is ready to meld easily with the current scene. Forceful, yet fragile, the band’s sound will gravitate listeners who have been constantly spinning Run For Cover’s discography as of late. Sure to resonate strong with fans of Superheaven, Citizen, Balance And Composure and more, Bloodstream take soaring guitars that create massive walls of sound backed by drone rhythms and a tight, but assertive rhythm section.

Enough talk though—welcome Bloodstream into the world with the infectious “Breeze” below, the lead single taken from their upcoming debut LP, titled Break Me, set to release on December 16. Pre-orders are available here.

Drew Caruso

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  • Jim

    this band is unoriginal and boring. this has been done before. over and over and over and over

  • alex

    its just. meh. lyrics seem recycled and not that interesting. music is meh, same stuff same guitar sounds. nothing really changed. verse chorus verse chorus. nothing unique.