bloody white, is 20-year old self-taught singer, songwriter and producer from Santa Barbara, who has been creating electronic beats and making music from his bedroom for nearly a decade. September 9th sees the release of the artist’s ep you’d walk right over me, via blood stains white/Symphonic distro. Ahead of the album’s arrival bloody white has shared a video for “tongue tied.”
bloody white is truly DIY. All the songs on his EP are entirely self-written, produced, performed, mixed, mastered including his videos. In the lead up to his September 9 debut EP release “you’d walk right over me”, bloody white self-directed and edited a series of VHS home videos.
“It was really important to me that my first videos feel real and represent the small town I’m from near Santa Barbara. They had to be true to what I grew up around and look nostalgic, too, and the most honest way I could do that was by recording with my old VHS camera I got when I was 7. My friends and I shot a lot of footage together for more than a year. Small town California is the backdrop for all the videos. I’m calling them VHS home videos because that’s what they are,” bloody explained.
Quotes from bloody white
“i made this EP as a means of venting. falling in and out of love, mistrust, suicidal thoughts, and addiction are all things that i, like many other kids, dealt with during my high school experience. i found catharsis writing about my struggles. my primary hope is that anyone who listens and relates to the message can rest a little easier knowing they aren’t as alone as they thought.”
“since the conception of the EP, i’ve been in a much better mental space, thankfully. i’m currently experimenting with different production and songwriting techniques to allow myself a wider range of sonic possibilities. i’m in the process of writing a followup LP that will have an even deeper, and more personal feel. at the end of the day, i’m simply trying to create art that conveys a potent and honest representation of who i am and who i wish to be.”
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