Pip Blom have shared a final taster from their forthcoming new album, a video for ‘I Know I’m Not Easy To Like’

'Welcome Break' is set to drop this Friday, 12th November.

Pip Blom have shared a final taster of their forthcoming new album ‘Welcome Break’ in the form of a video for recent single ‘I Know I’m Not Easy To Like’.

Speaking about the track, Pip explains: “I really like the contrast between Different Tune and this one. This song feels angry, even aggressive maybe. We had so much fun recording this one. We really had to give our everything to make it as energetic as possible.

“We used different set-ups for the drums to be able to make it go from really small to really big in one track. It’s all about the dynamics in this one, what we’re playing is not changing that much, but we really tried to capture different sounds to keep it interesting and exciting. I’m not sure the chorus could be bigger than this one haha.

“The switch at about 3/4 of the song might feel a bit weird at first, but I love how it feels when the final chorus comes in after that bit. Like a massive release.”

‘Welcome Break’ is set to drop this Friday, 12th November, after a recent short delay.

Pip Blom are currently on tour. You can check them out at:

NOVEMBER
12 Sugarmill – STOKE
13 Underground Music Society – BARROW IN FURNESS
15 Independent – SUNDERLAND
16 The Ferret – PRESTON

JANUARY
21 Jumbo Instore – LEEDS
22 Jacaranda Instore – LIVERPOOL
23 Rough Trade Instore – BRISTOL
25 Drift Instore – TOTNES
26 Resident Instore – BRIGHTON
27 Rough Trade East Instore – LONDON UK

FEBRUARY
07 St Lukes – GLASGOW
08 Cluny – NEWCASTLE
09 Academy 3 – MANCHESTER
11 Academy 2 – DUBLIN
12 Rescue Rooms – NOTTINGHAM
14 Trinty Centre – BRISTOL
15 Concorde 2 – BRIGHTON
16 Electric Ballroom – LONDON

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