Big Blue World (Album) Review

Fitzsimon and Brogan is a musical duo with quite a story. These two talented artists have a very special synergy, and this is not the first time they’ve worked together. They were, in fact, both members of a band called “Pretty Blue Gun”, which went on to receive critical acclaim and discographic success with two studio albums. Following the experience with the band, Fitzsimon and Brogan decided to focus on another project, collaborating on a new musical adventure with a much broader creative scope. Their most recent album, “Big Blue World” is a fantastic portrait of their magnetic personality and amazing musicianship. The release blurs the lines between pop and electronic music, echoing the greatest artists of the past, but reinterpreting pop music in a modern, fresh and lush key. Their album will certainly appeal to listeners from all walks of life, due to its charismatic and timeless tone.

Big Blue World (Single) Review

“Big Blue World” is a brand new, vibrant single from Fitzsimon and Brogan, taken from the album by the same title. The track is a lush, melodic and energetic blend of pop melodies, rock grit and indie production aesthetics, making for a sound that feels heartfelt and authentic from the moment you press play. The London-based duo set out to release a piece of music that feels compelling and genuine, highlighting the duo’s chemistry, as well as their ability to create beautiful, richly nuanced melodies.


Both musicians had collaborated earlier on in their career, most notably as members of “Pretty Blue Gun”, their formed band.  After releasing two well-received albums with the group, Fitzsimon and Brogan decided to focus on their solo project instead, allowing free range to their creativity. Their music could be compared to the work of artists as diverse as Elvis Costello, Jimmy Webb, The Beatles, David Bowie, and many more, echoing the best rock and roll and pop traditions!

Big Blue World (Single)

New single release 19th June 2018 through WTPL

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