Bloom Twins are Ukrainian-born English pop music group made up of twin sisters Anna and Sonia Kuprienko. We meet the twins- they chat all things Rihanna, Dua Lipa, touring with Duran Duran, Style inspirations, there love for Japan and all things Dark Pop.
After uploading their debut track “Fahrenheit” to YouTube in 2013, Bloom Twins had a double impact on both music and fashion, opening the doors to numerous profile pieces in magazines such as Wonderland, Vogue and Numero.
Anna and Sonia Kuprienko grew up in the small town of Brovary, Ukraine, a suburb of Kiev. The girls started singing early and were playing instruments at the age of five years. The sisters were initially discovered on Facebook by Lenka Chubuklieva, bassist for the Ukrainian rock band Sister Siren, who was looking for new members. Lenka’s band ended up disbanding, but she was so impressed that she convinced the girls to move back to London with her.
Lenka is also a fashion model, and helped them secure their modelling contract with Models 1. Bloom Twins are a double impact on both music and fashion and play the keyboard, flute, harmonica, are learning the drums and also write their own songs.
Following the release of cover “Get up, Stand up” originally recorded by Bob Marley 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.
Bloom Twins are currently working on their debut album to be released in 2015 and co-writing with such iconic artists like Nick Rhodes.
They have supported Duran Duran on their Paper Gods tour together with Seal and are playing @229thevenue on December 7th.