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Pip Blom Set October Release For Second Album 'Welcome Break', Share New Song Keep It Together

Tuesday, 15 June 2021 Written by Jon Stickler

Photo: Erik Smitz

Pip Blom have shared details of their second album.

Recorded with engineer Al Harle at Ramsgate's Big Jelly Studios, the follow-up to 2019's 'Boat' is called 'Welcome Break' and will arrive on October 8 via Heavenly Recordings.

As a preview, the Amsterdam band have unveiled the first single, Keep It Together, a light, dreamy slice of power-pop punctuated by vocals from singer and guitarist Pip Blom, and her younger brother Tender. Pip said:

"A very important thing of all the tracks is the dynamic between Tender's and my vocals. I feel like we really compliment each other’s tones. Maybe it’s because we’re siblings, but whatever it is, I love it. In the chorus of Keep It Together, we sing two completely different bits, but it works really well. Tender did a lot of singing for this record, mainly for the choruses and bridges. I really like how with this bridge you’ve got this whole choir of the two of us singing in different keys. It gives it a very dreamy vibe that is nice after the powerful chorus."

The track comes accompanied by a 1980s-inspired music video, directed by Danny and Isabelle Griffioen.

'Welcome Break' tracklist:

1. You Don’t Want This
2. 12
3. It Should Have Been Fun
4. Keep It Together
5. Different Tune
6. Not Easy To Like
7. Faces
8. I Love The City
9. Easy
10. Holiday
11. Trouble In Paradise


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