Bleached – Don’t You Think You’ve Had Enough (album review)

by Woody on August 2, 2019

Photo Credit: Nicky Giraffe

There has been alot of excellent articles dealing with the new found sobriety of the sisters that comprise Bleached, Jennifer and Jessie Clavin and how it inspired their new album. Vanity Fair’s profile by Erin Vanderhoof is my personal favorite and well worth your time.

As for the music, Bleached’s new album definitely explores some new sounds. Admittedly, it took a few spins to really connect with it. The second track, Hard To Kill and sixth track, Kiss You Goodbye, remind of the latest by Priests. They are working in some disco vibes to their punk sound and I am digging it.

Rebound City is a ripping good breakup track. It has a glam-punk feel and it really does belong in movie. With the great lyrics, Valley Queen is another track that has a movie feel to it. Real Life is another punk ripper that is sure to get the room hopping. And at the end they put a bow on it with an acoustic track, the excellent Shitty Ballet.

Been a long time coming for this album and it has proved well worth it.

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