BLEECH release new single 'Adrenalin Junkie'

BLEECH release new single ‘Adrenalin Junkie’

Nude pack shot

BLEECH are set to release their new single ‘Adrenalin Junkie’ on May 28th and debut album ‘Nude’ on The Diamond Jubilee Bank Holiday, June 4th through Billie Records.

The new single ‘Adrenalin Junkie’ is an anthemic follow-up to recent single ‘Monday’s’, with a catchy melody and mighty chorus that will have you hooked. The single precedes the release of the band’s debut album ‘Nude’, packed with striking stand-alone tracks, which will not disappoint.



BLEECH have produced an eclectic record that demonstrates their early distinctive punk origins and high energy teenage angst to their now heavier, more mature, ambitious rock arrangements. With its machine-gun rattle of wild language and tales of sweet revenge, this long player certainly packs a punch. These tracks are as raw and close to the bone as they come. From the vitriolic ‘I Wanna Be Me’, to ‘Worthing Song’s venomous overtones these tracks carry bold statements, seething with a dark, disruptive magic. BLEECH’s softer side is also on show here with the wistful ‘Flowerhands’ and yearning ‘When I Get Old’, which adds contrast to the mix.

Live, BLEECH are something else entirely. Evoking Clash’s anger, Nirvana’s intensity and Zep’s swagger, BLEECH sound like they were meant to happen. Vital, addictive, contemporary and thoroughly modern.

See the band on tour at the following venues:
13th  –      Dundee – Doghouse
18th  –      The Hop – Wakefield
19th  –      The Maze – Nottingham

2nd    –      Birmingham – Sunflower Longue
3rd    –       Scunthorpe – The Priory
7th    –       London – Rough Trade Instore
22nd –      London – Borderline
23rd  –       Life Festival

5th     –      Y-Not Festival

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