Hazel Bloom drops ‘Growing Pains’ – A sonic journey through self-discovery

He dives headfirst into his own battle with depression and self-doubt, baring his soul and sharing his vulnerabilities with his audience
14 September 2023

Hailing from the vibrant music scene of Worcester, Massachusetts, Hazel Bloom is more than just an artist; he’s a curator of a sonic community.

With every note and lyric, Growing Pains​ by Hazel Bloom​ , offers an energetic and thought-provoking take on the universal struggle of negative self-talk, set against a backdrop of radio-ready vocals, an irresistible chorus, and unmistakable pop-punk influence. 

Hazel Bloom takes us on a melodic rollercoaster as he introspectively laments, “Nothing but a north east reject”, leading us into a crescendo of punchy drums and chilled-out melodies, ultimately reminding us that we’re all dealing with our own growing pains.

If you’re a fan of The Band CAMINO, All Time Low, or MOD SUN, Hazel Bloom‘s latest creation is destined to become a staple in your playlist. With a sound that encapsulates the best elements of these musical powerhouses, Bloom offers a fresh take on the indie/alt-pop genre, infusing it with his unique storytelling prowess.

His infectious sound serves as a beacon, creating a haven where everyone feels embraced, at home, and like they truly belong. Hazel Bloom‘s music isn’t just an escape; it’s a journey through nostalgia and dreamy soundscapes, making it the perfect companion for both the darkest and brightest moments in life.

Hazel Bloom‘s ability to create a musical dichotomy, where sound and message come to life, is what truly sets him apart.​  In Growing Pains, he dives headfirst into his own battle with depression and self-doubt, baring his soul and sharing his vulnerabilities with his audience. Through this candid revelation, he invites listeners to confront their own struggles, reassuring them that these challenges are merely a part of the broader journey we all face.

With the engaging indie/alt-pop ​sound of Growing Pains, Hazel Bloom, reminding us that, in the end, we’re all navigating the same path, each note a reminder that we’re not alone in our ​”growing pains​”.