What inspired you to pick up an instrument?
Well, our parents were ‘inspired’ by us making sounds (noise) 24/7, so they decided that it’s better for us to put our energy into something creative. That was the best choice they could ever make! As soon as we entered our music school we opened a new magical world for ourselves.
It is interesting to see how different kids are becoming a perfect union when they start harmonising together, or how shy people become so confident when they play their favourite pieces. Music world is a world where everything is possible.
Do you take inspiration from the world of fashion and design when it comes to your music?
100 percent. Music is a way to express yourself and what can complete it better than fashion? We love that we get to meet these two entities. They are inseparable like my sis and I. Also, by experimenting with the outfits, we get to try out new identities that can inspire us to write new songs.
Are independent artists getting the kind of media attention they deserve?
I think it’s better for listeners to decide if independent artists are getting the kind of attention they deserve. What I can say for sure is that it’s really tough for independent artists to be heard. That should be changed.
The beauty of social media services is that it’s possible to be heard, to stay connected with your fans that were following you since day one, but it’s also very easy for good artists to be lost in the ‘World Wide Web’.
How did Bloom Twins get into Dark Pop?
Sometimes it feels as if we didn’t get into dark pop, but dark pop absorbed us deep without leaving much choice. It is when we started to develop our two different identities we discovered dark pop. It is not just a music genre anymore, but a lifestyle. It is a compromise between black and white. It is happy and sad moments we go through. It is where the world of fashion and music clash. It is chemistry between our audience and us on stage. It is my sister and I, the total opposites that fit so well. It is everything.