Just a week after the release of his colorful new single “I Loved You, Once,” Boston-based indie artist Hazel Bloom has released the music video for the single, out NOW. A fresh take on pop music, Hazel Bloom explores elements of both electronica and R&B on his new single “I Loved You, Once.” Recorded by Chris Curran at Reclaim Studios, the track tackles multiple genres simultaneously, seamlessly weaving between the colorful sonic elements of each. Although an interesting combination of sounds, “I Loved You, Once” never sounds muddled; in fact, it upholds the exact opposite. The track is a clear exploration of electro pop, but the crisp production allows Hazel Bloom to turn his experimentation into a haunting, unforgettable blend of heartache, optimism, and bliss.
About the music video, Hazel Bloom states:
Working with Nick Valaskatgis (director / writer / producer) on the music video for “I Loved You, Once” was a lot of fun. He did an incredible job on bringing the story behind this song to life. It was awesome to work with someone who had a different perspective on the song as well as someone who could visualize the meaning behind the song. The video takes place during a summer breakup and has plenty of colorful scenes filled with life that I’m unbelievably excited to share with everyone.