Single of the Day: Jarrow “Bleach” (2018)

If you’re looking for an alternative song that combines masterful guitar solos with feelings of nostalgia then look no further than indie rock band Jarrow, with their newest single “Bleach”.

The garage-style band, consisting of front-man Dan Oke as well as an assortment of instruments, are about to embark on an east-coast tour, travelling to Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane, in support of their upcoming album Expensive Hugs, out now. The band recently came back from supporting veteran English rock band The Libertines in their Australian leg of their tour.

Released early from their upcoming album Expensive Hugs, “Bleach” gives the same vibes you feel on those lazy summer days with your friends. The combination of guitar riffs and synths paired perfectly with Jarrow’s fast-paced and smooth vocals will make you want to get up and dance before slowing it down to a more lazy and laid-back  change of pace.

Check it out below!


May 4th | The Curtin Hotel, MELBOURNE
May 10th | Bloodhound Bar, BRISBANE
May 12th | Oxford Art Factory (Gallery), SYDNEY


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