Free Track: Bleech – Not Like You


Bleech 2013Not Like You is the brand new single by Bleech and it’s out today. It’s taken from the band’s forthcoming second album Humble Sky (release date TBC). In honour of this the band have decided to let you download the single for free and you can grab it below.

Bleech have also been playing around recording sessions in St Gabriel’s Church in London. The band are quoted as saying; “Not all Vicars are as rock and roll as the one in our street, but we were still surprised when he said yes to a large drum kit and two screaming amplifiers being wheeled onto the altar. He said we could do it if it was acoustic, well we did it….semi acoustic shall we say. Our ears were still ringing afterwards.”

Watch the video for Not Like You live in St Gabriel’s Church here:

Download Not Like You fore free here:


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