Short Bio:
Lunar Bloom is a Toronto based trio rooted in folk tradition comprised of Brittany Rae Robinson, Kelly McNamee & Jocelyn Regina. Their original songs feature complex vocal harmonies and intimate storytelling. They embrace harmonic tension, and rhythms that challenge expectations, creating the story of each song through musical devices and poetic lyrics.

Long Bio:
Lunar Bloom is a Toronto based trio rooted in folk tradition comprised of Brittany Rae Robinson, Kelly McNamee & Jocelyn Regina. The seeds of Lunar Bloom were planted at Sheridan College where Brittany, Kelly, and Jocelyn met. A few years after graduating and pursuing other projects, they all missed singing together and decided to write a few songs for fun. They quickly discovered they had something very special.
 
Their original songs features complex vocal harmonies and intimate storytelling in the dream folk genre.  Shows are full of playful banter and dreamy love songs, balanced with feminist anthems and calls to action. They embrace harmonic tension, and rhythms that challenge expectations, creating the story of each song through musical devices as well as poetic lyrics.
 
Their self-titled EP was nominated in the Folk/Roots Category for an Independent Music Awards 2020. The singles Sweater, and Monster from the EP have made it to top 100 in CBC Searchlight 2020 and been featured on CBC’s “Fresh Air” with Nana aba Duncan. They have completed two Southern Ontarian tours, written over 30 songs, showcased at Folk Music Ontario and and crowdfunded their debut album, Running Deep.

Music:
Self-Titled EP {2019}
Lunar Blooms debut EP is a diverse tasting menu featuring traditional love songs to music exploring depression, grief and sexual assault. All songs were written and performed by Lunar Bloom with additional
percussion & instrumentation done by David Stein & Sean Warren. Music was produced, recorded and mixed by David Stein at Copper Sound Studio in Guelph, ON and mastered by Eric Warren.

Their EP was nominated in the Folk/Roots Category for an Independent Music Awards 2020 and has been featured on Corby's Orbit and Lyrically Speaking. Track 'Sweater' became Top 100 in CBC Searchlight 2020 while 'Monster' has been featured on CBC's "Fresh Air."

Running Deep {to be released 2022}
Lunar Bloom's first full length album explores social issues and personal challenges, all rooted in our central mission statement for the project:
 
“In cracking ourselves open, we create a space for others to be held in their own vulnerability, shining light on a pathway to healing.”

Its release will promote visibility and awareness around the struggles and triumphs that female identifying people face. The songs will help to destigmatize mental health issues such as depression and anxiety, celebrate vulnerability around emotional expression, promotes self-love, and empowerment.

The album contains 11 songs featuring Christine Bougie on guitar (Good Lovelies), Devon Henderson on bass (Megan Bonnell), and Joshua Van Tassel on percussion (Rose Cousins). It was recorded at Dream Date Studio and produced with care by Joshua Van Tassel.

Introduction:
Lunar Bloom is comprised of Brittany Rae Robinson, Kelly McNamee & Jocelyn Regina. Their music is rooted in the folk tradition and features complex vocal harmonies. They embrace harmonic tension and rhythms that challenge expectations. Their debut EP was nominated for Independent Music Award in the Folk/Roots Category and single "Sweater" made it to the Top 100 in CBC's Searchlight Competition. Their single "Monster" has been featured on CBC's Fresh Air and received a shout-out from Jim Cuddy. The trio has written over 30 songs, showcased at Folk Music Ontario and crowdfunded their debut album, Running Deep.