credit: Kevin W. Condon
Very rarely these days does a band enter our lives with the ability to speak to every corner of the heart. Brooklyn trio Big Bliss navigate the beauties and pains of the human experience on their new 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), later forming the band with friend and collaborator Wallace May (bass). After the 2016 release of their debut EP, Keep Near (Exit Stencil Records), motives and motivations shifted, and it became pretty difficult not to see the name Big Bliss on a show bill. Tireless efforts and undeniable passion on and off the stage landed the band on five tours, and earned them the title of Oh My Rockness’s "Hardest Working Band of 2017."
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