Bleached: For The Feel
After spending the past year touring the US and abroad, the Clavin Sisters have settled back into their LA digs long enough to bestow upon us a few more nuggets of dirty, blissed out hits.
Bleached had this to say about the title track: "For The Feel is a song we originally wrote for our full length but it didn't sound right once recorded so we held off on putting it on the record. Finally when it came down to recording it again we were really inspired by the sound of The Kinks, we even used The Kinks amp. I'm really glad we waited to release this song because now it's perfect."
On the flipside, they've churned out two jukebox classics; "Poison Ivy" is inspired by The Rolling Stones' take on The Coasters (and Bleached's love of both) and a live show favorite, The Damned's "Born To Kill" finishes out the sweaty dance party to perfection.
Limited, of course, and yours for the taking.
Bleached: Ride Your Heart
On the heels of three well-received singles comes Ride Your Heart, the bombastic debut album by LA band Bleached. 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.
Bleached: Searching Through The Past b/w Electric Chair
Sisters of the moon, Jennifer and Jessica Clavin make up the Los Angeles band, Bleached. The songwriting-duo return with the follow-up to their Carter 7-inch, holding the rare soul of rock and roll for all to witness. The two new songs “Searching Through The Past” & “Electric Chair,” burn clear with energy and sly beauty. They embody the mutinous spirit of The Misfits or early Stones, married to the style of Stevie Nicks. Nothing wasted, and nothing else wanted. The a-side, especially, plays like something you’ve never heard before ? impossibly catchy ? it walks off with a sly smile, straight out of the aftermath of some social whirl. This EP, out December 6th, 2011, on Suicide Squeeze Records, is an affair limited to 750 copies (250 opaque red, and 500 black vinyl) worldwide. It is not something to be missed.