Berlin-based Indietronic duo Bromsen, composed of Richard and Karlo Bromsen, burst onto the music scene in 2021 with an unwavering love for infectious melodies, skillfully interwoven with elements of synthwave and guitar. Their initial three singles—”Merryman,” “The Photograph,” and “We!”—met with acclaim from independent press and various radio stations across the globe, resonating in North America, the UK, France, and Brazil.
Their fourth release, “Read About It,” unveiled on July 14th via Epictronic, delves into the lives of artists who wholeheartedly devoted themselves to their craft, despite grappling with personal struggles. The song pays homage not only to widely recognized figures like Jim Morrison and Kurt Cobain but also to lesser-known artists whose contributions, though unsung, deserve acknowledgment. “Brothers in Mind,” Bromsen’s eagerly anticipated debut album, is slated for release later this year, promising a compelling auditory journey.
Richard and Karlo Bromsen, longstanding friends of over two decades, rekindled their musical partnership after the dissolution of their previous band, “The Pampelmuse,” in the mid-2000s. Their return has been marked by a fusion of synthwave and guitar, resulting in a distinctive sound characterized by a potent wall of sound and evocative vocals. With their unique blend of genres, Bromsen has redefined the musical landscape, earning praise from critics and securing airplay on indie radio stations worldwide. Their contributions to the music scene stand as a testament to their enduring passion and artistry.