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Gold Bloom Release Energetic New Track “The Outcome”

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Big things are happening with Gold Bloom. Liverpool’s own pop-punk premiers have announced that they have signed to the iconic A Wolf At Your Door Records. The home in the past to the likes of Mallory Knox, Deaf Havana and Lower Than Atlantis, the label continues to find the next big thing in British alternative brilliance. And with a reason to celebrate, the band have shared a new song showing exactly what they are made of.

That song is “The Outcome”, and it is pop-punk at its most pristine and powerful. Bringing together the buoyancy of the past and the angst of the present to deliver an all-encompassing epic, it is as catchy as it gets. From the addictive chorus to the stagedive-worthy bridge, it’s everything you could possibly need for your Summer playlists. As a means of kicking off a new chapter, it doesn’t get much better than this.

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Vocalist Benji Yapp had this to say about the song and what it represents to the band:

“We knew that the first track we released after Double or Nothing had to bridge the gap from that era to the next. We put so much of ourselves into this track, and now that we’ve signed our first record deal, we felt like that track needed to be a bright and optimistic song.

“‘The Outcome’ is all about letting go of your anxieties and just trying to live your best life! It’s easily one of the most upbeat tracks we’ve ever done and we can’t wait to play it live.”

Gold Bloom released the aforementioned Double Or Nothing in 2022, and featured “Bad Luck” which sounds a lot like this:

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