Bleach Blood release new EP ‘Darling Don’t Dive’ as free download

By on March 3, 2014
Bleach Blood

Introducing Bleach Blood, an enigmatic multi-ethnic creative force emerging from London‘s vibrant Manor House warehouse- district. Formed in late 2012 the band are being heralded for their infectious hybrid punk/electro/pop style and winning rave reviews along the way for their passionate live shows.

Frontman Jamie Jazz (formerly of Island Records signed The King Blues) wanted to capture the leftfield pop tendencies of LCD Soundsystem with the unadulterated energy of theBuzzcocks. To fulfil this vision he recruited drummer Invisible Frank and bass maestro Charlie Elliott plus touring guitarist and co-writer Paul Mullen and vocalist Linda Harrison.

Having released their first four-track EP titled “The Young Heartbreakers Club” in December 2012, the band gained support from BBC Radio 1Kerrang! Radio and Xfm to name but a few. Ever the workaholic, Jazz has already built an impressive body of work and has written much of the material that will go on to make their debut album due in late 2014.

Their latest EP “Darling Don’t Dive” is out now and available as a free download from the band’s site and Facebook.  True to form, Jamie chose to turn the usual drums-to-guitars-to-vocals recording process on its head in order to get away from the been-there-done-that band format.   Produced by Sam Eyes, the EP is a perfect storm of melodic passion and dirty electronic beats which will keep you thinking while you inevitably move your hips.

Bleach Blood‘s heart on sleeve no gimmick approach is a refreshing breath of fresh air in a stagnant rock scene. These tracks are guaranteed to be with you for years to come.




Author: DaveHHM

Dave Luttrull: Owner/Editor in Chief of Hellhound Music. Star Wars nerd, Gamer, Destiny homer, blogger, writer and lover of all things music.