The rougher edges of Bleached have been buffed a bit, but the now-duo comprising sisters Jessie and Jennifer Clavin are still cranking out catchy, glammy pop-punk. On their third LP, Don’t You Think You’ve Had Enough?, Bleached stretches their legs: everything from disco-tinged rock on “Hard To Kill” to Smiths-inspired pop on “Somebody Dial 911.” The Clavins have diversified and managed to create an even more likeable collection than the raw garage-punk of their 2013 debut, Ride Your Heart. Seattle’s Dude York kicks things off in support of their fourth LP, Falling, their third record on Hardly Art and probably their most dynamic and quirky to date.
by Ryan J. Prado
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