Youngtree & The Blooms by Youngtree & The Blooms: Album Review
Canadian singer and songwriter Peter William Smith’s brainchild Youngtree & The Blooms and his self-titled full album is an absolute work of art.
It washes over you a river of emotions with its eclectic choice of instrumental combinations. Each song is unique, featuring Peter’s distinctive hazy, drunken vocals, presented in a crafted manner to appeal to the new-gen listeners. I don’t want to give away too much, but his music wants me to somehow live through my cottage-core dream. I’m the same old me, a cat lady, who looks out her window to find her peach groves and periwinkles from the comfort of her couch, taken by surprise by Peter’s silky, wine voice that gives years of experience with a 60’s sensation. From the album cover to the experience your ears chain itself, he’s got a classic vibe that makes their heads turn. His music is genre-bending, to say the least, and after the release of ‘Youngtree & The Blooms,’ earlier this October, I can tell that the man is finally getting the recognition he fully deserves!
Not only is the talented young musician growing in his following, but his titles are making it into curated Spotify playlists. His song ‘Seas Change’ is gaining popularity and getting its own music video.
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Photo credits: Em Oates
Review by: Audrey Castel