Bleech are a heavy, punk influenced, rock trio from London and have released a gritty video for their latest single 'Break My Nose', due out on October 15th 2012 and taken from their well-reviewed debut album 'Nude'.
The video was filmed in the Repton Park boy's gym which popularly made its screen debut as the set on 1998 crime movie 'Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels'. Featured in the clip is the unbeaten, British super-middleweight champion Frank Buglioni showing off some of his moves in the ring against an unknown opponent. The track has a catchy guitar tune all the way through with heavy drum beats and bass lines adding a strong harshness to it, and Jennifer O'Neill giving a slightly eerie edge to it with her hauntingly grainy, lingering vocals.
The trio (guitarist and vocalist Jennifer, bassist Katherine O'Neill and drummer Matt Bick) have received a lot of support following the release of 'Nude' with features in Kerrang! magazine and singles 'Mondays' and 'Adrenalin Junkie' gaining plenty of airplay; the former mentioned even appeared on the hit BBC school drama 'Waterloo Road' and both made XFM's new addition playlist. They are currently on tour across Europe and the UK, with their next show happening at Live Transmission in Kent tomorrow.
AUTUMN TOUR DATES:
4th - Kent, UK - Live Transmission
11th - Leicester, UK - Lock 42
12th - Leeds, UK - Empire
13th - Sheffield, UK - Harley
28th - Edinburgh, UK - Haddow Festival
9th - Bourgoin, France - Les Abattoirs
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