“Talk It Out” By Bleach Lab
UK band, Bleach Lab recently shared the their new EP, Nothing Feels Real. The album will drop on October 15, 2021, ahead of their headlining show at The Lexington, in London. Along with the news, the band have released their new single, “Talk It Out.” The track follows their previous single “Real Thing.”
Bleach Lab on “Talk It Out:”
“Talk It Out’ started as a song about mental health and times when people should open up about their inner thoughts and anxieties. As the song developed, we approached it from a perspective of being run down so much by a relationship that you thought you loved so much but over time realising that it’s changing who you are, all just to make the other person happy at the cost of your own happiness”.
Produced by Stephen Street (The Cranberries, The Smiths, Blur), the band’s second EP finds them processing complex emotions once more. While their debut EP, ‘A Calm Sense of Surrounding’, found them processing grief, in particular the loss of Josh Longman’s father, its follow-up finds them striving to set boundaries both personally and romantically.
With a focus on mental health, and a desire to find relationships that bring a constructive and positive influence to one another’s lives, ‘Nothing Feels Real’ finds them retreating into themselves even further than previously, learning from past experiences to move forward.
Nothing Feels Real
01 Real Thing
02 Violet Light
03 Inside My Mind
04 Talk It Out
05 Then I Know
28th August 2021 – This Must Be The Place, Leeds
29th August 2021 – Ceremony Festival, Bedford
8th October 2021 – Komedia, Brighton
9th October 2021 – Are You Listening?, Reading
17th October 2021 – Wild Paths, Norwich
20th October 2021 – The Lexington, London
22nd October 2021 – A Slow Education Festival, York
23rd Feb 2022 – Yes (Basement), Manchester
24th Feb 2022 – Head of Steam, Newcastle
25th Feb 2022 – Hug & Pint, Glasgow
26th Feb 2022 – Hyde Park Book Club, Leeds
2nd March 2022 – Omeara, London
3rd March 2022 – Clwb lfor Bach, Cardiff
4th March 2022 – The Louisiana, Bristol
5th March 2022 – Dead Wax, Birmingham
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