Blu DeTiger Drops New Single & Video “Kiss” (Watch)

All I Ever Want Is Everything, Blu’s Debut Studio Album Is Out March 29th

Blu DeTiger Drops New Single & Video “Kiss” (Watch)

All I Ever Want Is Everything, Blu’s Debut Studio Album Is Out March 29th

Magnetic pop sensation and bassist, Blu DeTiger debuts her second single and music video, “Kiss,” from her highly anticipated debut album All I Ever Want Is Everything out March 29th via Capitol Records. The new single delivers a sensual energy that sets the tone for a steamy romance and is sure to send hearts racing – listen here. “Kiss” is matched with an accompanying music video showcasing Blu playing her signature bass while crafting a warm and soft mood for a variety of couples indulging in their palpable chemistry with every lingering glance and tender embrace.

“’Kiss’ is about seeing someone after a breakup, realizing why you were wrong for each other but wanting to feel that love again for one more night,” says Blu DeTiger. “It’s about living in that moment. Maybe kissing that person will make me feel what I did back then. It was important to me to dial in the production for this song so that there only needed to be a few elements for it to feel full. I especially love the bass tone on this song. The envelope opening and closing feels like the push and pull of missing someone. It’s my favorite from the whole album.”

The intimate music video continues to push boundaries and gives a second glimpse into her upcoming debut album All I Ever Want Is Everything following behind recently released single “Dangerous Game”. The new album depicts a portrait of Blu at her most unstoppable and her most vulnerable, as she captures the thrillingly unpredictable process of coming into one’s own. “This album is about really enjoying the high moments in life, but also learning how to talk yourself out of the low moments and become your own best friend,” Blu says. “I want to let people know that you can feel it all and do it all. Wherever you’re at is cool.”

The album also includes “Cut Me Down” featuring Mallrat, which Blu produced alongside GRAMMY®-winning producer John Hill and Sam Homaee. The track earned a spot on Rolling Stone’s “Songs You Need to Know” playlist upon its release last fall. Billboard observed, “On ‘Cut Me Down,’ a dizzying pop song built around a groovy and defining bass riff, the two trade verses about no one being able to bring them down. Who would dare try?” “They radiate cool to the furthest degree possible,” said Consequence of Sound. Stereogum noted, “The jittery anthem…is the sonic incarnation of a sugar rush.”

All I Ever Want Is Everything features co-writes from Uffie, Mayer Hawthorne, Chappell Roan, Alexander 23 and Blu’s frequent collaborator, her brother, Rex. She also teamed up with Magdalena Bay.

Blu will support All I Ever Want Is Everything with a North American headline tour where she invites fans old and new to join her on a journey of exploration and self-discovery. The run will kick off on April 25th at The Sinclair in Boston, MA and include shows at NYC’s Irving Plaza (April 27th) and the Troubadour in West Hollywood, CA (May 4th). Tickets are on sale now at https://www.bludetiger.com/tour/.

Blu DeTiger – 2024 Spring Headline Tour
4/25 – Boston, MA – The Sinclair
4/26 – Washington, DC – The Atlantis
4/27 – New York, NY- Irving Plaza
4/29 – Toronto, ON – Velvet Underground
5/1 – Chicago, IL – Lincoln Hall
5/3 – San Francisco, CA – Rickshaw Stop
5/4 – West Hollywood, CA – Troubadour
5/5 – San Diego, CA – Casbah

After building her profile opening for artists like Sabrina Carpenter, Charlie Puth and Jungleand headlining her own tours around the U.S. and Europe, Blu became one of her generation’s most sought-after bass players, lending her talents to Bleachers (with whom she appeared on Saturday Night Live), Chromeo, Olivia Rodrigo, Dominic Fike, Caroline Polachek and FLETCHER, among others. Now, the Forbes “30 Under 30 in Music 2023” artist is inspiring a new generation of fans to take up the bass. “My motivation as an artist is to help the younger generation find an outlet to express themselves,” Blu explains.

Bass Magazine   By: Bass Magazine