Press Articles

The Bleeding Obvious stretch its musical blueprint without losing congruity

JamSphere, 27 October 2016

The Bleeding Obvious’ unique style could be described as a kind of high octane, elegant, nostalgic, cutting edge journey with a spicing of eccentric ‘Britishness’. Jessica Rowbottom does not fall short of giving you something fresh to listen to, and something interesting to think about. You can’t go wrong with this album; If you like music then you will love this album and cherish the journey it takes you on.

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Album Review: The Bleeding Obvious

Yorkshire Evening Post, 21 October 2016

What am I hearing here? What will you be hearing when The Bleeding Obvious debut hits your headphones?

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The Bleeding Obvious – The Bleeding Obvious

Beach Sloth Music, 16 October 2016

On The Bleeding Obvious’s debut album, the warm welcoming vibes reveals a stylistic eclecticism effortlessly bringing together house, psychedelic, and ambient into a satisfying whole. Reminiscent of Saint Etienne’s “So Tough” the way the songs unfurl is quite extraordinary. Narratives form throughout the album, of love, loss, and a sense of purpose. The hope that ties together the entire album serves as its greatest unifier, for it helps to further emphasize the warmth of the arrangements.

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Introducing: The Bleeding Obvious

On:Magazine, 9 October 2016

Kaleidoscope of style and sounds from Wakefield songwriter and collaborator

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