Hailing from Liverpool / Manchester, Death Blooms released their blistering self-titled debut EP last May and received critical acclaim from the press and music fans alike for its Melodic Hardcore Metal fusion, and now they have premiered a brand new music video.
'Last Ones' is the third clip to be lifted from the band's EP, following the release of 'I'm Dead' and 'Sick' earlier this year.
As supporters of the charity MIND, the new music video strongly voices Death Blooms' concern that communities need to pull together and be more understanding of mental health issues in our society, especially as technology rapidly advances.
"'Last Ones' was shot by a good friend of ours called Bobby Pook (Sumo Crucial) and features myself and one of my best friends, Holly Fred", explains Death Blooms vocalist Paul Barrow. "The video idea seemed to go hand in hand with the theme of the song and it came together really quickly. We wanted to give the feeling of people being brought together by things they didn't ever consider. In this case, it was the feeling of being chased by the unexpected and unexplained. I'm really pleased with how it all ended up and I think it conveyed the exact message that it needed to. Bobby and Holly absolutely nailed it! Thanks, guys!"