Pip Blom shares new video for ‘The Shed’

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Pip Bloom


Song You Need To Know: Pip Blom, ‘Come Home
Rolling Stone

…a perfect millennial anthem.

Guitars! Indie rock band Pip Blom does not disappoint with their newest single “Come Home,” with lead singer Blom’s vocals amplifying the moody yet up-beat track.

A potent set of lo-fi, ’90s-influenced rock with angst-fueled lyrics and addictive song hooks.

Pip is producing quality, unique and enigmatic music way beyond her years.
BBC Radio 6 Music

“Pip Blom Is Ready to Join the Ranks of 2018’s Rising Guitar Acts”

‘Amsterdam newcomers Pip Blom – are one of the country’s frontrunners, their Courtney Barnett-esque slacker-garage rock hybrid noisy in the best way.’

“Another stellar single from the young musician who continues to grow as an artist.” 
Indie Shuffle

Its lead single, ‘Pussycat,’ boasts a bothered tone and fiery guitars. On ‘Come Home,’ that intensity is laser-focused in frontwoman Pip Blom’s steady, creeping vocals.”

Amsterdam’s rising act PIP BLOM today shares her new video for ‘The Shed’. Directed by Kris Rimmer, the track is taken off her recently released Paycheck EP out now via London label Nice Swan Records.

The Shed’ caps off what has been a busy year for Pip Blom who kicked off her 2018 with a collision of guitars in the attitude-laden ‘Pussycat’ that landed her a spot on the BBC 6 Music’s A-list – the second time a Pip Blom single did so this year. She followed on with the release of her celebrated Paycheck EP featuring lead single ‘Come Home‘ which saw spot rotation on triple j and acclaim from the likes of Rolling StoneDIY Mag, NPR, Noisey and more. The year was rounded out but the bands debut UK headline tour (including a sold-out Lexington show) and supports alongside The BreedersFranz Ferdinand and Garbage – all big feats for someone in their first year in music.

The Paycheck EP is out now on Nice Swan Records.
Buy/stream it on SpotifyApple MusiciTunes Music, and more now.
Get the vinyl here.

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