I am thrilled to share the new track from Boston-based indie electronic-trip-(h)pop band This Bliss called “Believe,” which should appear on their upcoming release called Forensic Styles, due out in September. 

This Bliss is made of up of Nick Zampiello of Party Bois, who is also the owner of New Alliance East Mastering in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and singer-songwriter and Boston favorite, Jess Baggia (Man Trouble).

This Bliss marries Zampiello’s affinity for drum machines and synthesizers with Baggia’s pop-songwriter sensibility to create noir-inspired electronic songs. “Believe,” the first single off the record, is a sultry homage to post-punk, but rivals any contemporary radio hit with bursts of shimmering synths and anthemic hook.

“Believe” is a strong showing from this band, and with Forensic Styles pulling up the rear, I can only hope and see big things for this band. Don’t sleep on This Bliss! 

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Kelly Murphy
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