Bleary To Release Un-Valentine’s EP “Bad Days” On Feb. 14 Following 3-Part Breakup Series
“Bad Days” EP Available Feb. 14th On All Platforms
(Portland, OR) February 4th, 2021 — Bleary releases his debut R&B/Soul EP, Bad Days. The 9-track project includes and follows the releases of “Sever”, “Peace”, and “Weeknight”.
Bleary’s release of Bad Days is a pensive, smooth reprise of his journey of wishes and regret. Bad Days has been inspired by Bleary’s favorite old school rapper for his heart, substance, and flow within projects.
Bleary incorporates spoken word, hip-hop, and funk in his latest single, “Weeknight”. In the tender track, he opens up to listeners about his experience of loss, acceptance, and how he coped during tough times and relationship obstacles.
As shown in Bad Days along with previously released singles, Bleary believes in authentically connecting with his audience through his music in hopes they can relate to his life journey.
As all great artists do, Bleary pulls from real life experiences and feelings for his music. He says,“I’m always growing as fast as possible, coping is part of what keeps you moving, and a big part of that for me is this music here.”
Bleary has been passionate about Creating his own music for years. Recently surviving a hard reset to the head motivated him to think about his path. This made him transition full-time pursuing his passion of doing music. With Bleary’s compelling storytelling through opening up in music, he wants to share with his audience and new listeners that hardships in life are inevitable and temporary.
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