Those releases caught the attention of numerous tastemakers in MTV, BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 6, Clash Magazine, So Young Magazine, DORK and many more, as well as London label Permanent Creeps, who released the singles ‘C:U’ and ‘Heaven’. They have also stacked a number of notable support slots with the likes of Fat White Family, Viagra Boys, Phobophobes & Her’s.
A perfect cocktail of synth soaked Beach House, jangly slackers DIIV and otherworldly shoe-gazers Slowdive, the group combine a knack for weaving dreamy sonic textures and sentimental personal story-telling together perfectly.
‘C.U.’ is the sweetest shoegaze, starting off with melancholic indie charm, it drones until it lifts up when the sparse vocals kick in. With more instrumentation fuzzing out the grunge laden end, ‘C.U.’ entices with charming emotion. - So Young Magazine
"bdrmm make gleefully noisy pop with an electronic bent, matching the humane to the digital with effortless ease." - Clash Magazine
a masterclass in bedroom pop." - DORK