NEWS: Bleach Lab share new atmospheric single 'Real Thing'

NEWS: Bleach Lab share new atmospheric single ‘Real Thing’

South London outfit Bleach Lab return with new single ‘Real Thing‘. Sounding as though it could be the closing track to a 90’s TV show like My So-Called Life, perhaps unsurprising considering the track has been produced by Stephen Smith (The Smiths, The Cranberries, Blur). Thematically, the song finds the band considering the topic of personal boundaries.

According to vocalist, Jenna Kyles:

Real thing is about wanting to find a more meaningful and lasting connection with someone. I had been processing a lot of issues over the last couple of years to do with previous relationships and personal development, and I had finally reached a place where I felt I was in the right state of mind to be open to looking for something new.

It is a lot about finding a healthy relationship that is beneficial for those involved. Knocking down the walls you built and putting trust in someone else, for the first time in a long time.

The band are also scheduled to play a number of festivals and venues throughout the UK this year and next. See dates listed below for further details.

Tour dates 2021

23 July 2021 – Latitude
24 July 2021- Standon Calling, Hertfordshire
7 August 2021 – Get Together Festival, Sheffield
28 August 2021 – This Must Be The Place, Leeds
29 August 2021 – Ceremony Festival, Bedford
8 October 2021 – Komedia, Brighton
9 October 2021 – Are You Listening?, Reading
17 October 2021 – Wild Paths, Norwich
20 October 2021 – The Lexington, London
22 October 2021 – A Slow Education Festival, York

Tour dates 2022

23 Feb 2022 – Yes (Basement), Manchester
24 Feb 2022 – Head of Steam, Newcastle
25 Feb 2022 – Hug & Pint, Glasgow
26 Feb 2022 – Hyde Park Book Club, Leeds
2 March 2022 – Omeara, London
3 March 2022 – Clwb lfor Bach, Cardiff
4 March 2022 – The Louisiana, Bristol
5 March 2022 – Dead Wax, Birmingham

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