|Ocupation(s)||Singer, songwriters, models|
Bloom Twins are a Ukrainain female musical duo comprising of Anna Kuprienko and Sonya Kuprienko, who merge several genres, adding flute, harmonica, piano and electronica to a diverse vocal style with haunting melodies to create something new, fresh and unique.
Bloom Twins are a blend of sound, story and energy. The identical twins grew up in a small town outside of Kiev in the Ukraine, but are now based in London.
After uploading their debut track "Fahrenheit" to YouTube in 2013, Bloom Twins made a double impact on both music and fashion, opening the door to numerous profile pieces in magazines such as Paradigm, Vogue, Numero and ID. Soon after, a support slot for Eels at the O2 Academy in Liverpool was followed by Iggy’s artist of the week at MTV.
2014 saw numerous releases and videos bringing more attention. Bloom Twins played on various stages from such festivals as The Great Escape Festival to Hermes’s Flaneur Exhibition in London and Heart, Ibiza.
Also in 2014, Nick Rhodes shot the Bloom Twins for UNTITLED magazine. Said stylist Sabina Emrit in her blog: “Their vibe is different, a little dark, a little mysterious and I love that. And the fact that they are twins, and models, well it’s just the perfect combo. They were an absolute pleasure to work with as was Mr Rhodes.”
Following the release of "Get up, Stand up" the Bloom Twins were featured on BBC NewsNight with Jeremy Paxman and graced pages of broadsheet newspapers such as The Sunday Times, The Guardian, Newsweek, The Daily Mail as well as appeared on BBC Introducing.
A period out of the country halted momentum before they made a breakthrough appearance in Unicef’s Imagine campaign alongside Katy Perry and Will.i.am and other heavyweights of music and media.