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  • Blossoms Premieres New Song “What Can I Say After I'm Sorry?” on BBC Radio 1

  • British alt-pop band Blossoms, consisting of Tom Ogden (lead vocals), Charlie Salt (bass), Josh Dewhurst (lead guitar), Joe Donovan (drums) and Myles Kellock (keyboards), premiered a new song “What Can I Say After I'm Sorry?” on BBC Radio 1's New Music Show with Jack Saunders.

    The song is the their first single of 2024.
    This time, the band worked with Josh Lloyd-Watson, who is a member of London-based dance music band Jungle on the track.
    The track was written by Charles Salt, Joseph Donovan, Joshua Dewhurst, Myles Kellock, and Thomas Ogden. Produced by J Lloyd, and James Skelly.

    The band said, “We've always been big fans of Jungle so we reached out to them last year and this was the first song we worked on, it came together in a few hours, we finished it off with James Skelly and we absolutely love it.”
  • The band lead singer Tom Ogden told Jack Saunders about working with Josh Lloyd-Watson, “Well, I think there's a lot of fun coming from the fact we worked with Josh from the band Jungle. It must have been fun to them for a while. And we reached out last couple year and a half ago. And just said, 'Well when I wrote it,' I was in the room with the labs and I said, 'you know what it should sound like Jungle.' That's kind of why there's always like a reference in your head. I said and then yeah, from there, I was like, 'Okay, let's reach out to them.' They said, 'Yeah, next thing we're in a real whether it.' So it was on New Year's Day. We wrote and recorded it on New Year's Day.”
  • The accompanying music video was directed by Ewan Ogden and Tom Ogden, starring Sean Dyche, who is the manager of Premier League club Everton.

    Tom Ogden told about woking with Sean Mark Dyche on the video, “The connection to Sean goes back to 2018. He was at the Isle of Wight Festival and did an interview where he said, 'I've seen Blossoms and they're really good'. We all thought, 'Dyche has bigged us up - that's pretty cool!' Then last year at Glastonbury, we did a secret set with Rick Astley doing covers of The Smiths. Rick ended up speaking to Sean backstage and they formed a bit of a connection there. Fast-forward to the Manchester Arena two months ago. We were watching Rick Astley play a show. We'd become friends and he kindly put us in a box. We turned up and Sean Dyche was also in the box! So he's asking us about music; we're quizzing him about the Premier League and football. There was great rapport with him, so we exchanged numbers and a few days later we were coming up with ideas for our music video and we thought 'let's see if Sean will be in it for a laugh'. If you don't ask, you don't get! We sent the text and he was up for it. We wanted someone to play a sort of 'boss'. He seemed the perfect fit. We didn't really have any lines - I just said 'this is the rough idea', to do it like a team talk and that was the blueprint. He just ran with it from there. He was a bit of a natural to be honest; like something out of a Guy Ritchie movie!”

    Photo by Ewan Ogden
  • source : BBC Radio 1
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