Aiden Bloomfield
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Aiden Bloomfield

Allentown, Pennsylvania, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2013 | SELF

Allentown, Pennsylvania, United States | SELF
Established on Jan, 2013
Solo Rock Acoustic




"Music Monday: Banchi"

They're a little bit heart and soul, and a little bit rock and roll. Call them what you want, but Banchi is a band that doesn't want to be typecast. They performed for the first time on 69 News at Sunrise for Music Monday. - 69 News - WFMZ

"Studio Session: Banchi"

Rock and roll band Banchi returned for an encore Good Day PA Studio Session. The band performed “689” off their newly released self-titled album. - Good Day PA - ABC 27

"Studio Session: Banchi"

Banchi performs “Minor Fault” in a new Studio Session. Their self-titled album is available now and a second is set to release in August. We learned more on Tuesday’s show. - Good Day PA - ABC 27


During his time spent with the band Banchi, Aiden Bloomfield was a major part of their first LP in November 2017. The self titled album encompasses the unique sounds written over the four years prior to the release. Described by some as a "laid-back, hard rock" the one hour and four minute record, shows the bands love for rock ballads and experimentation. Recorded live at Shards in Bethlehem, PA, Matt Molchany honed in the sound and energy of the band during their live performances. Bloomfield was able to experiment vocally thereafter, creating unique harmonies for each track. Molchany and Bloomfield spent hours together producing the record.

The music video for the single "Dirt" off of the record was directed by photographer, videographer, and close friend of the band Chris Hagenbuch. Bloomfield and Hagenbuch worked closely together, with a dedicated crew, to direct and film the video. 

Banchi released their second album on August 9th, 2019 during Bethlehem's Musikfest in the Blast Furnace Room of the ArtsQuest building. The album was titled Hold Release. Inspired by their first record to create something more unique, the band had begun to find their identifying sounds. Through the growing pains of writing, recording, and producing their first album, they were excited to bring new musical compositions with their defining sound. The album consisted of 10 tracks. Album art and track list were both designed by Bloomfield. The songs were a mix of those written solely by Bloomfield and together as an entire band. Minor Fault and All I Am were both completed materials by Bloomfield, as well as songs 689, Chromatic, and Once Upon a Time being constructed by him and completed with the help of the rest of the band members. The album was self recorded in the Schaeffer Auditorium of Kutztown University in Kutztown, PA and was mixed and mastered by Matt Molchany of Bethlehem, PA.

The music video for Chromatic was written and directed by close friend Chris Hagenbuch, who decided on using Aiden and his brother Jonas Bloomfield as actors. 



After dedicating many years as the frontman of the Allentown, PA based band Banchi, Aiden Bloomfield took the opportunity to focus on his solo works and collaborations with other musicians when the band decided to take an extended hiatus beginning in November 2019. Currently gigging as a solo act in the Lehigh Valley area of Pennsylvania and beyond, Aiden is working on new material that will eventually become his first solo album as well as live audio and videos to further build his solo press kit. From the time he spent with his band, he takes inspiration in the community they built, the shows, venues, and festivals they played at, as well as the events, 500 capacity music venue in Emmaus, PA, the 3 day camping, art & music festival, and production company he played a huge part in creating and building during their time together. Taking all of that experience and the energy, he now embarks on a new musical journey dedicated to his own creative mind and attempting to tap into the emotional states to connect with himself and listeners.

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