Following on from an impressive 2013, Manchester’s Bipolar Sunshine has announced his new single ‘Where Did The Love Go’, which is available to download now.
A modern day love song, ‘Where Did The Love Go’ is trademark Bipolar Sunshine combining heartfelt, candid lyrics with an uplifting melody. The result is a track that begins understatedly modest, yet builds into something overwhelmingly compelling.
Bipolar Sunshine is the solo project of Adio Marchant, who over the past year has beguiled fans and critics with his unique sound. Refusing to be constrained by genres, his two introductory EPs immerse the listener in dense, lush soundscapes, uncompromising subject matter and conversational vocals. The diverse collection of songs is a testament to Adio’s open-minded approach to creativity and includes first single ‘Love More Worry Less’, the soulful, reggae tinged ‘Drowning Butterflies’, upbeat ‘Rivers’ and live favourite ‘Fire’.
Bipolar Sunshine has been working with Kid Harpoon (Rihanna, Jessie Ware) and close producer Jazz Purple to put the finishing touches to his debut record, which will be released in 2014.
2013 saw Bipolar Sunshine play sold-out shows at Electrowerkz and Gorilla in London and Manchester respectively, as well as support slots with Bastille and HAIM. This year he supported Rudimental and Phoenix in February and performed with London Grammar in March for three European dates. Adio also made his US debut at SXSW in March with shows at Hype Hotel and Fadar Fort.
'Drowning Butterflies' EP is out now: bipo.la/DrowningButterfliesSC
Debut EP 'Aesthetics' out now: bipo.la/AestheticsEP