Bruno Major Unveils The Penultimate In His Series Of Monthly Releases, Cold Blood

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‘A Song For Every Moon’ Collection Set For Release on 25th August.

Bruno Major is excited to unveil the penultimate in his series of monthly releases, Cold Blood, taken from the forthcoming collection of his releases over the last year ‘A Song For Every Moon’, which will be available on 25th August.

After setting himself the task of recording and releasing a song every 30 days in August last year, Bruno Major has reached the penultimate track in his year-long pledge. Cold Blood is the penultimate release before the year’s work is compiled in to the collection ‘A Song For Every Moon’ released on 25th August.

Running slightly later on the 30-day schedule due to Bruno losing his voice, Cold Blood is a more up tempo cut of the North London artist’s crooned R&B. Another release atop of body of songs that have accrued over 20 million streams. Bruno on Cols Blood: “The penultimate song, only one moon to go. I wrote ‘Cold Blood’ after having been unceremoniously dropped by my record label a while ago. It was recorded last month as with nearly all of this project in a garden shed in London with my genius friend Phairo … I think he has excelled himself on this one. Lots of love. B”

 Making music for Bruno is a cathartic experience, a release for someone who is sat on such a wealth of new material.

Bruno played to a heaving tent at this year’s Latitude Festival. Appearing alongside the likes of Mumford & Sons, Jack Garratt, Lemon Twigs, Declan McKenna, and Maggie Rogers.

Listen to the latest single Cold Blood Here: https://soundcloud.com/mrbrunomajor/cold-blood.

Check it out now!!

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