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Friday, March 29, 2024

Newsletter: Bradley Simpson drops debut single “Cry At The Moon”


Bradley Simpson has released his highly anticipated debut single “Cry At The Moon”- available everywhere today via Insanity UK and Sony Music Entertainment.

“Cry At The Moon” was cowritten by Bradley, Andrew Wells, Anthony Rossomando, and Jordan Asher Cruz aka “BOOTS”. 

“Cry At The Moon started in LA early on in the writing process for the album with Anthony and Andrew. I knew I wanted to draw on influences I grew up on, we spent the first 2 hours of the session listening through bands we loved, lots of Queens of the Stone Age and Raconteurs. As the melody for the chorus came together, we built around that.  It was exactly how I wanted to move forward with the sound of the album, and it opened the writing process for me. CATM became the catalyst for that sound as it went on a bit of a journey. I met Boots a few months after, and we decided to do the entire album together. We went back in on CATM, made some tweaks to really pull it in line with the rest of the album as CATM always felt like the song to introduce everyone into the world with, I genuinely can’t wait to play it live!”

Watch the Wiz directed music video for “Cry At The Moon” HERE.

Bradley, best known for his role as singer, songwriter, and front man of British band The Vamps, commands a massive fanbase, already with multiple chart-topping albums in the UK. At just 28, Bradley's transition from band front man to solo artist is driven by his personal song collection, signaling an exciting new chapter in his career. 

Bradley will preview songs from the upcoming album and make his solo performance debut of “Cry At The Moon” on a sold-out run of headline shows this Spring in the UK, Europe, New York and Los Angeles. 

Bradley is currently working his debut album to be released soon. 

Bradley Simpson’s “Cry At The Moon” is out now on all digital music platforms worldwide via Sony Music Entertainment/Insanity UK.


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