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Music: Cameron Bloomfield – Lazarus featuring KZ (Single)

Cameron Bloomfield’s big break came with a collaboration with rapper Ghetts on his 2017 album Rebel With A Cause. After releasing some stellar music before, the UK-based artist is back with a brand new single titled “Lazarus” featuring KZ, a gorgeous, textured soul track with guitars and synth leads that add depth and such a soothing, passionate tone to the track.

Thematically, Bloomfield explains that “In essence it’s all about the power of perspective. The line ‘like tripping in the womb, if you conceive it we’ll be born again soon’ sums up the whole message, and it summarises that time of my life. It was a period of a lot of travelling in solitude with no conscious direction but knowing that I was heading to a better place if I focused on the things that I truly loved. The music came afterwards.” The stunning guitar leads and ethereal tone of the track is stunning, and KZ’s production as always is gorgeous and beautifully arranged.

You can watch the music video to Cameron Bloomfield’s “Lazarus” below. It’s a dreamy, psychedelic one!

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