Friday, February 14, 2014

Bleached shares "Guy Like You" music video for Valentine's Day


Watch: "Guy Like You" - 

In honor of Valentine's Day, Bleached are proud to share a new music video for "Guy Like You". Jennifer Clavin of Bleached describes the making of the video, "Last summer when we went out on our US tour, our bass player, Micayla, filmed a bunch of footage off her iPhone and then eventually edited it all together to make a video for "Guy Like You". I love watching this video cause it reminds of how rad and fun that tour was." 

Tour Dates:

2/12-2/17 - Jacksonville, FL - The Weezer Cruise 2014
2/27 - Berkeley, CA @ Upper Sproul Plaza
 2/28 - San Francisco @ The Rickshaw Stop - Noise Pop Festival *
3/22-3/23 - Santa Ana, CA @ The Observatory - Burgerama Fest 2014

* w/ Terry Malts and Mystic Braves

About Bleached:

LA sisters, Jennifer and Jessie Clavin match their ability to blend a mix of freewheeling '77 punk with vintage sunny Southern California melodic rock and roll; creating blindingly bright hooks and dark heartfelt lyrics about love, loss, and the crazy fun moments in between. That's the goal: the sugary and sour, repurposed by two aggressively harmonic musicians and songwriters.

Raised up deep in the San Fernando Valley, their suburban isolation nurtured the girls creativity, as they started making their own music at a young age. Sneaking into punk shows over the hill in Hollywood, they grew up to become teenaged underground staples at all-ages Downtown DIY venue, The Smell. Eventually signing to Kill Rock Stars and Post Present Medium, their all-girl punk band Mika Miko drew international acclaim, landing slots on tours with No Age, Black Lips, and The Gossip.

Bleached originally formed when the Clavin sisters resolved to continue working with each other upon the break up of Mika Miko. Plans were postponed when the sisters joined other bands. Jennifer relocated to New York and toured extensively. With Jennifer away, Jessie began to play with various bands in LA. But in the fleeting moments they found together back home, the songs that became Bleached's early 7" singles came together. Since Jennifer moved back to her hometown, Bleached now serves as both girls' chief creative outlet.

As a whole, the twelve tracks on Ride Your Heart reveal the many facets of Bleached's music in a delirious vortex of playful harmonies, tangled guitars, and golden noise. Each song brings a new element, while also imbibing the classic moods of bands as varied and iconic in nature as The Ramones and The Cars to The Rolling Stones and Fleetwood Mac. From the syncopated backbeat and two-part chorus of "Dead In Your Head,", the rolling riffs and sparkling melodies of "Searching Through The Past" and the pulsating energy and urgency of "Dreaming Without You" and "Outta My Mind", Bleached take you on a sweeping emotional roller coaster that churns and burns. Ride Your Heart is a thrilling, beating, glorious wall of sound strong enough to withstand its own impact.

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