Future Is Bright For Bleeker


Canadian’s release EP

New York City Independent record label Five Seven Music are pleased to announce the self-titled debut EP of Toronto alt-rock outfit Bleeker – featuring five tracks of mammoth riffs and catchy choruses it serves as a fine introduction for an act who are clearly destined for bigger things.

From the opening salvo of lead single, ‘Highway’ to the bluesy, excitable riffs of ‘Free’, the EP starts with an aural assault of up-tempo, octane-fuelled, garage-pop. ‘Erase You’ then sees the band deliver a Soundgarden meets Black Crows-esque anthem, with ‘I’m Not Laughing Now’ showcasing the band’s insatiable ability to devise tracks of a more delicate nature. Finally, the EP ends with the straight up falsetto-led‘Where’s Your Money’.

What sets Bleeker apart is an ever-so-subtle current of loose cannon danger that courses through every riff, note, and melody of their music. Comprised of Taylor Perkins (vocals), Cole Perkins (guitar), Dan Steinke (guitar), and Mike Van Dyk (bass), the band have been steadily building a loyal legion of fans by touring their native Canada, and are now ready to share their ultra catchy, hook-heavy sound worldwide.

The band recently embarked on a US tour as support to UK rock sensations The Strutsand will join The Summer Tour, opening for Sublime with Rome and label-mates, Dirty Heads, across the States in July.

‘Bleeker’ EP Track Listing:
1) Highway
2) Free
3) Erase You
4) I’m Not Laughing Now
5) Where’s Your Money
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