Blis. will be headlining Wreck The Halls on Saturday, December 17th as part of a Toys For Tots Benefit at The Masquerade in Atlanta. Fox Wound, Blurry, and more TBA will be joining them. Tickets available HERE.
Reverb soaked, exasperated vocals open Blis’ sophomore EP, Starting Fires in My Parent’s House. Gosset begins each line as if the wind got knocked out of his chest with the previous guitar chug. “Time…slowed…down,” each word breathed with what feels like Aaron Gosset’s last.
The entire 2014 EP is a whirlwind. Clean guitar melodies turn into long drawn out rhythmic build ups before exploding into distorted noise and chaos. Blis uses dynamics, contrast, and beautiful melodies throughout the less than fifteen minute EP.
Blis. have announced a string of shows in November with Bandit, following their performance at Fest and Pre-Fest. These dates are in addition to the Sargent House fall tour, where they will play alongside labelmates And So I…
Atlanta band Blis. have announced their signing to Sargent House for management and label, along with the release of the video for “Floating Somewhere High and Above” from their debut EP. Watch the video below.
Blis positions itself as indie royalty on its new EP
Even though Blis is pretty young, the Atlanta four-piece is already drawing comparisons to some of indie rock’s biggest names. Though it’s quick to namecheck Weatherbox and American Football, the…
Atlanta’s Blis. are four dudes from Atlanta (Aaron + Jimi + Nathan + Tyler) that play anthemic emo math rock that twinkles and glows before exploding into something loud, distorted, and seriously singable.