from left to right:
Luke Jones - Bass
Jimi Ingman - Drums 
Aaron Gossett - Guitar / Vocals

B L I S.

Worldwide Management
Sargent House
Manager: Cathy Pellow
Day-To-Day: Brittany Baker

Worldwide Label - Sargent House 
Label: Marc Jetton

N. American Press
Publicist: Talia Miller

College/Specialty Radio 
Pirate Promotions
 
 

BLIS. SHOWS

BLIS. Add More Tour Dates 

BLIS. have added more show dates to their tour with Puddle Splasher!

MAY 25 Atlanta, GA @ The Earl *
JUN 01 Boonton, NJ @ Boontunes
JUN 02 Philadelphia, PA @ Kung Fu Necktie
JUN 03 Brooklyn, NY @ Alphaville
JUN 05 West Haven, CT @ The Cave
JUN 06 Boston, MA @ Middle East Upstairs
JUN 07 Florence, MA @ 13th Floor Music Lounge
JUN 08 Rochester, NY @ The Bug Jar
JUN 09 Buffalo, NY @ TBA
JUN 10 Columbus, OH @ Donatos Basement
JUN 12 Hamtramck, MI @ New Dodge Lounge
JUN 13 Chicago, IL @ Beat Kitchen
JUN 14 Bloomington, IN @ TBA
JUN 15 Louisville, KY @ Spanellis
JUN 16 Nashville, TN @ 70’s House
JUN 17 Savannah, GA @ Sulfur Studios
JUL 18 Atlanta, GA @ Irrelevant Fest *

w/o Puddle Splasher *

Blis. Play 529 Jan. 13 // Creative Loafing 

Photo by ELENA DE SOTO
Full article by Kristy Guilbault via Creative Loafing

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Interviews and New Music From Blis. and More // Culture Creature 

Blis. Interview

Blis. are an Atlanta emo band whose breakout LP No One Loves You has been receiving critical acclaim since its October release. The band combines guitar-driven heft with the ethereal vocals of frontman Aaron Gossett. Today on the Culture Creature podcast, Gossett discusses the deeply personal themes that informed the album – including fatherhood, family and God. You’ll hear the Blis. song ‘Take Me Home.’

Full article and podcast via Culture Creature

Blis. - "No One Loves You" on All The Best Albums Of 2017, Ranked // UPROXX 

If you’ve never heard of Blis., now is the time to acquaint yourself. No One Loves You, the Atlanta quartet’s debut album, feels like an effort from a seasoned band that has already spent several years refining their craft and figuring out what works and what doesn’t. It’s an immensely confident first full-length effort, blurring the boundaries of emo, shoegaze, and even post-hardcore, making for a collection of songs that is hard to categorize by “genre.” 

No One Loves You was written across the better part of three years, allowing for the album’s tracks to capture the full-circle moment of frontman Aaron Gossett’s songwriting. Where some of the record’s earliest songs discussed his relationship with his own father, the more recently-penned cuts reveal a changed approach after the birth of Gossett’s son. Once you get used to the abrasive, instantly engaging instrumentals, this full-circle nature of the lyrics makes this record stand out from the pack.–Zac Gelfand

Full article via UPROXX.