Bliss N Eso's new album digs deep to bring a human touch
BLISS N Eso is making a return to the road, touring new album Off The Grid.
MC Bliss, known off stage as Jonathan Notley, said the album would delve deeper into the personal lives of the ARIA platinum trio than their first two records.
"This album is special because we opened up a lot more about personal stuff in it, and we're sharing a lot more with our listeners," Notley said.
"In the past, we've had very poetic themes in our albums but now we're digging deeper and giving our listeners more human connections."
He said shaking up their production process had been largely behind the new vibes the album had to offer.
"We used a process that we've never done before where we took a live band to a beach house for a few weeks and just jammed out with organic sounds," he said.
"The songs that were on the album would never have happened if we'd walked into a producer's studio and just asked to rap over the beats they had."
He said the hip-hop trio's sound was going to be different to the last time they were on the road.
The tour comes after the release of Off The Grid was pushed back to April 28 following the death of stuntman Johann Ofner on the set of the music video for single Friends Like You.