BDRMM’s “Heaven” Is A Bittersweet Slacker-Pop For The Unapologized

They keep it lit and lo-fi

Photo: Sam Joyce

UK quintet BDRMM gives us another taste of slacker-pop with their celestial dreamy piece “Heaven.” The track swallows you with its shoegazy waves, but within this melodic wash there is a level of groundedness to it that keeps it at a lo-fi level. Lyrically, the song portrays the dissatisfaction we feel when someone owes us an apology, but we know that person will never do it. The best way to deal with it is blast “Heaven” and let karma do its magic:

“‘Heaven’ is for everyone who deserves an apology, but knows they won’t get it” explained frontman Ryan Smith.

The single is an upcoming taste of what BDRMM has in store for us this year. The quintet will be playing a couple of shows in the next few weeks, so go see them:

March UK Tour

12/3 – The Polar Bear, Hull

27/3 – Headrow House w/ Lazy Day

May UK Tour

7/05 – AATMA, Manchester

8/05 – Yellow Arch, Sheffield

9/05 – Hy-Brasil Music Club, Bristol

10/05 – Old Blue Last, London

11/05 – TBA, Brighton

12/05 – Gold Sounds, Brudenell Social Club, Leeds

17/05 – The New Adelphi Club, Hull