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Very rarely these days does a band enter our lives with the ability to speak to every corner of the heart, but Brooklyn's Big Bliss navigate the beauties and pains of the human experience on their debut LP, At Middle Distance, out now via Exit Stencil Records.

Big Bliss is the beautifully ruminating post-punk brainchild of brothers Tim (vox, guitar) and Cory Race (drums), Wallace May (bass), and Ana Becker (guitar). Following the release of their EP, Keep Near (Exit Stencil Records), it became pretty difficult not to see the name Big Bliss on a show bill. Tireless effort and undeniable passion on and off the stage landed the band on five tours, earning them the title of Oh My Rockness’s "Hardest Working Band."

Currently, Big Bliss is in pre-production for their follow-up to At Middle Distance.





"Since 2015, this group has been on the rise, releasing single after single and evolving their sound into the kind that can be both “anxiety-ridden” and 'ruminating.'" - Billboard

“It is modern yet nostalgic, a wonderful example of post-punk that will have you excited about the genre again.” - Noisey

“Featuring layers of blistering guitars, surprisingly dreamy vocals, and an anthemic chorus, 'Override' lives up to the band's name -- it is a mighty blissful listen sonically.” - The 405

“The pinging guitars perfectly accentuate the shimmering cymbals. The gently insistent timbre of the vocals pulls at you and lulls you into a trance.” - AdHoc

“Brooklyn’s Big Bliss makes post punk goodness that will melt your heart.” - Impose

“Super melodic post punk” - Oh My Rockness