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'Where have The Bleach been? Judging by their command of the matter, rehearsing madly. This, more or less orthodox, young power-trio, already flaunts the same level as other acclaimed artists of the scene. As soon as they develop their own personality they can end up as a top band (...)'

- Mondosonoro (Spain)


Por sus pintas y por sus pelos, sobre el césped de un campo de fútbol Sam
parece Oliver Atton, Jon es Tom Baker e Iván, claramente, Mark Lenders.
Estamos celebrando con ellos que el disco debut de The Bleach está a punto
de ver la luz, después de más de un año de espera. Mark Lenders hace una
segada que Oliver consigue salvar elevándose por encima de él y pasándosela
a Tom que envía el balón a la red engañando a Ed Warner.
Estos son los chicos que enamoran a todos por donde quiera que van: a las
chicas en los conciertos, al dueño del estudio de grabación, y hasta al vigilante
que nos expulsa de las instalaciones porque no teníamos el campo
alquilado. En la siguiente entrevista, y en las fotografías, se puede apreciar
que, como en los dibujos animados japoneses, estos tres son los magos del
balón, sueñan sueños de campeón.
Aunque teniendo en cuenta la autoridad que ya demuestran, y lo difícil que
va a ser dentro de unos años que alguna otra banda se les acerque, más bien
se podría asegurar que son “los dueños del balón”.
Tú no juegas si ellos no quieren.
www.myspace.com/bleachspain - Rock is Roll (on tap!)


Discography

Gotta Love You (Ep. Dec. 2009)
Shining Blackout (LP. january 2010)

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Winter of 2001. The South of Madrid. Railway lines. Factories. The Bleach were going to spend 4 years locked in their rehearsal room. Writing hundreds of songs, playing over and over again, singing their hearts out, with no one listening. Touched by the magic wand of the greatest 70s bands, the classic rock’n’roll and their big figures. Without ignoring the modern rock, but feeling closer to any black bluesman from 1930. If a song can't be played just with your guitar, it’s not a decent song.

It’s from 2006 on when they really started to play around the small clubs and venues circuit of their city and other towns. Named the revelation act of the Suite Festival ’08 by Go Mag. Winners of the second price and the best guitar player price at Festimad ’09.

In 2008, The Bleach recorded their debut album, Shining Blackout, at Geek Records Studios, under the command of the mythical musician-producer-engineer Anne. Shining Blackout is recorded using only analog technology, just like 40 years ago. From Pretty Little Girl’s primitive intro and the rollingstonian orgasm of Gotta Love You's outro, through the visceral riff and drums of Crystal Ball, to Diggin’, a song that Skip James himself would had signed if he'd have been born 60 years later. This album will see the light before the end of 2009 with algoenblanco Records.