Jon Foreman has released his new album titled ‘In Bloom’. As if a lesson in songwriting, Jon takes meaning to music with a series of chapters masquerading as songs presented as chapters of a life well lived and learned.

Stylistically, the melodies are highlighted beautifully and encapsulating each lyric creating sonic works of art with the appreciation of a true artist and the panache of a musical poet.

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About ‘In Bloom’

Recorded alongside co-producer James McAlister (Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran, Sufjan Stevens), In Bloom is a breathtaking study of nature and the flow of life, and solidifies Foreman’s place as one of contemporary music’s most beloved surveyors of the human condition. Characterized by fingerpicked acoustic guitars, sun-soaked melodies, and Foreman’s stirring lyrics, it encompasses the essence of Foreman’s songwriting – a pure, unadulterated celebration of life in the face of an unknown future. It’s a true joy to listen to, and the perfect soundtrack to Spring.

In Bloom initially appeared to Foreman as an unexpected gift. Having planned a follow-up to 2021’s departures, which itself was a response to the global tremors of 2020, Foreman soon found himself faced with a minor dilemma. The songs he was writing didn’t reflect the sound he was aiming for, but were instead delicate and full of life, love, and wonder, not unlike a blooming flower in the first days of Spring. Rather than resisting the pull of the music, Foreman accepted the new direction, with spectacular results. Featuring special guest appearances from rising singer-songwriters Joy Oladokun and Abby Holliday, In Bloom is a record for the present and embraces mortality, limitations, and the ever-present mistakes of the everyday.

Speaking about the album, Foreman commented: “In Bloom” is the album that I wasn’t trying to make. It’s a record that celebrates the unexpected gift of the moment. This record is full of honest, humble surprises that came to me while I was busy chasing a different arrival. Rather than obsessing over a future, static destination, may this album represent an entirely different pursuit: to stay present in the moment along the way. Like a wildflower, may these songs bring you beauty and joy as you travel along your journey.

This album was born from the realization that new life comes from the fertilizer of the past. Maybe it’s time to let go. Maybe there’s something better waiting to grow.”

The perfect soundtrack to a lazy Spring afternoon, the title track is a meditation on life’s beauty while “Where The Sidewalk Ends” is an exploration of love after an argument and the healthy tension created by conflicting perspectives. Album kickoff track “I Propose A Toast” sees Foreman raising a glass to the priceless connections we make on life’s journey, and recent single “Eulogy” serves as a reminder to let go of the rear view mirror and step into the present. Notably, “Eulogy” features Foreman’s daughter Daisy singing harmony with her father in one of the album’s most touching moments.

Earlier this Spring, Foreman appeared as a special guest on Brandon Lake’s “Tear The Roof Off Tour”, which saw the two singer-songwriters playing arenas and large clubs throughout the United States with sold-out shows in Brooklyn (NY), Memphis (TN), Arlington (TX), Orlando (FL) and more.

Additionally, Foreman recently played a triumphant hometown set at The Belly Up Tavern in San Diego to celebrate the release of In Bloom. The SoCal icon’s sold-out performance saw Foreman performing songs from the new album as well as hits from throughout his deep catalog.

About Jon Bloom

GRAMMY-Award Winning singer-songwriter Jon Foreman’s musical journey began in a California garage filled with surfboards. These were the humble beginnings of multi-platinum selling, Grammy Award winning alt-rock band SWITCHFOOT. As the stages and crowds grew larger, Foreman felt the need for personal connection more than ever. So after the lights, and smoke, and crowd-surfing died down, Jon began singing his acoustic songs in the parking lot behind the venue.

It was these “aftershows” that inspired his first four solo EPs in 2007: Fall, Winter, Spring, and Summer: Twenty-four understated songs that showcased a new side of his songwriting proficiency. These were followed up by another series of EPs in the spring of 2015 titled, “The Wonderlands” – featuring twenty-four songs, a song for every hour of the day. 2015 welcomed the release of “The Wonderlands” twenty-five more songs that underscored Foreman’s unique way of seeing the world. The project was an attempt to craft a song for every hour of the day, accompanied by an unprecedented attempt to play 25 shows in 24 hours, a daunting feat that would become the feature documentary, “25 IN 24.”

As a true songwriter’s songwriter, Foreman’s songs have been sung by a truly wide array of artists including: Taylor Swift, Twenty One Pilots’ Tyler Joseph, the Jonas Brothers, and Jon Bellion. From Mandy Moore to Meatloaf, his work is appreciated by quite a disparate cross section of the populace. Jon boasts over 130M global streams for his solo records, over 239K Spotify listeners, and has had massive syncs across film and TV including Grey’s Anatomy, ESPN College Football, One Tree Hill and more.