A few weeks ago Jamie put together a piece for CALM, documenting how he got through some tough times in his life. It’s now been published in CALM Zine issue 17, which you can read using the embedded magazine in this page.
CALM (or the Campaign Against Live Miserably) aims to tackle the single biggest killer of under 45 males in the United Kingdom – suicide.
Jamie pieces is deeply personal, and may be a tough read for some.
Some really kind words from Subba-Cultcha about our new single ‘London In The Rain’.
“If you haven’t heard of Bleach Blood yet you soon will, all the time and everywhere. The guys are gearing up for the release of their debut album and all the signs are pointing to it being a huge success. Especially with tracks like “London In The Rain”, the next single to be taken from the album. Also worth noting, that if you’re one of these eager-to-hear-the-next-big-thing-live kinda person, Bleach Blood are playing a residency at The Stillery in Camden every Wednesday evening for the next 4 weeks. Oh and it’s free!”
Things are getting pretty busy already this week, our new single ‘London In The Rain’ is streaming over on Wonderland Magazine and the first of our residency shows at The Stillery alongside Seán McGowan Music UK and Echo Boom Generation is this Wednesday…. But over the past few months a lot of you have been asking me… ‘What the fuck we’re doing last year?’ or ‘How comes you guys went so quiet after releasing the EP?’ Well, I sat down with the brilliant Clara Cullen of The Huffington Post and told her why i’ve been hiding and why we’re back.
I feel like i should put a warning on this though, some of the subjects I hit upon in this interview might be slightly upsetting, not my intention at all.
We are proud to announce that we are kicking off 2015 with a 5 week residency at The Stillery in Camden Town. 5 shows in 5 weeks, ALL FOR FREE & curated by us! We’ve chosen bands who we love and who we think you will all love too. These bands and artists all work hard and are going to have an amazing 2015 so please come on down to as many shows as you can!
“Home-grown Bleach Blood and US sensation Plague Vendor played McClusky’s Thursday night in celebration of New Slang’s 8th Birthday and its role in Kingston’s “diverse musical heritage”.
Banquet Records and New Slang continues to cultivate the Kingston music scene. Through live performances, New Slang and Banquet Records has honed many bands like Bleach Blood and Plague Vendor, allowing them to evolve and flesh out their talents.
Jamie Jazz, lead vocalist and guitarist for Bleach Blood, said: “Kingston has such a huge, beautiful diverse musical heritage. Banquet Records are the best in the UK.” He said: “It has taken me a little while to love doing it again. Now I’m back in my place”. He said: “Nights like these are so important because they give you the opportunity to play in front of a crowd.”