It’s Frrriiiddaaay! While your busy making your weekend plans, take some time to check out the new Bleached KEXP session. The band stopped by the studios to perform some songs from their new record Ride Your Heart! Watch the full session above or grab the individual videos HERE.
Bleached are currently on tour. They’re playing Perfect Sound Festival today. You’ll find the full list of shows HERE. AND WE’RE NOT FINISHED YET! Head to LADYGUNN for the Bleached feature! AWESOME PHOTOS AND INTERVIEW!
BBBBBleached are back and this time with a video interview at Filter. We’re talking influences, growing up and the benefits of musical parents. Jennifer and Jessie also suss out just where the Spice Girls came into their lives. Watch above.
“Need a summer anthem? Any number of songs from their recently released Ride Your Heart will do the trick.” – Filter
Stop everything and watch the latest episode of The Gorburger show, featuring none other than BLEACHED! The whole gang treats us to a performance of “Next Stop.” There’s an interview too. Oh my! Watch above.
You can catch these crazy kids on tour. They are currently finishing up their US shows with Europe to come after. Dates and tickets available HERE.
Tuesday means one thing! RELEASE DAY! Bleached’s Ride Your Heart is officially out today. It’s the perfect summer record, requiring only your ears and favorite pair of shades for a proper listening. You can purchase the record online at SC Distribution, iTunes or Amazon. Hankering for a physical copy to listen to right away? Head into your local record store to pick up the CD or awesome swirly vinyl.
Bleached head out on tour next week! Do not miss the opportunity to see the girls live in concert. Dates and ticket links available HERE.
“An album as classic as its faultless ‘Thelma & Louise’-ian artwork, the universal themes of ‘Ride Your Heart’ manage to transcend the dated California girl stereotype while knowingly plugging into who still makes the myth so appealing.” – NME
“Drawing on powerpop, new wave and girl group harmonies, this record is full of engaging tunes, doe-eyed dedications and wry witticisms….it’s like being a kid again and catching the first breeze that really whistles through you, tingling the skin; that really makes you question the external forces of the world, be they incidental to your daily existence or just generally driving it.” – The Line Of Best Fit
“Bleached write the kind of love songs that make you want to pack up and move to California….They turn short-term heartache and temporary daydreams into breezy, economic, instantly re-playable pop-punk.” The Fader