boy bleach

Freitag, 29 Nov
  • Doors: 18.00

Boy Bleach are an East London born & raised alternative outfit. A musically eclectic group of working class council boys, a Portuguese immigrant & cockney-blooded Welsh lads set on sensitising the world to its own peculiarities. Their unapologetically punk essence is palpable as they cut and sew genres at their discretion to offer up a raw dissection into their lived experience. Their esoteric approach is paradoxically what makes them accessible, as they exercise their personal brand of catharsis whilst butting heads with the entitled and out of touch. They are firmly planted in the concrete of their hometown, with their latest project taking the shape of a scathing criticism of the societal landscape, class & culture in their rendition of Britain. Balancing their genuine angst with a penetrating irony to continue their distinctively inimitable commentary. The band comprises a blend of rock-sympathising, synth-wielding, jazz-trained and self-taught musicians, cutting their teeth in a lack of boundary. Their resourceful songwriting, pop sensible melodies and multi-faceted lyricism does just enough to decorate their brutally honest & brazenly outspoken narratives. Accompanied by the industrial fog of brash, clanging guitars; choppy, wiry drums and synthetically cut bass, Boy Bleach are a razor-sharp witted, yet splintered embodiment of character taped together with a Jack the lad-esque sense of yet unjustified arrogance.