Premiere: Beach Bleach - Nothing To Lose

Premiere: Beach Bleach - Nothing To Lose

Hot on the heels of a WAM Song of the Year nomination, emerging Boorloo indie-fusion trio drop their debut single

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After a few years of honing their skills both in the studio and on the live stage, Perth/Boorloo trio on the rise Beach Bleach have put the finishing touches on their debut single of bouncy & jazzy genre-fusing sounds, with the indie meets trip hop sounds of Nothing To Lose out May 31 but premiering on Pilerats today!

Drawing equally on influences as diverse as Methyl Ethel to Massive Attack, the trio's sound falls somewhere in the blissful middle of these styles and sounds, as heard oon Nothing To Lose. Opening with arpeggiated cellos and tension building percussion, Nothing To Lose quickly pulls the listener in with an understated-yet-groove laden rhythm section, catchy guitar hooks and vocalist Isis Porotto's entrancing vocals floating above the mix.

While Nothing To Lose may be the band’s first official single, that’s not to say they haven’t written a whole stack of exciting, original music - a fact backed up by their 2023 Western Australian Music Song of The Year nomination for Best Rock Song for their yet-to-be released single Waiting, as well as the band’s busy live schedule that’s seen them share stages with the likes of Lazer Gator, Last Quokka, Humble Armada and more.

Nothing To Lose is also the first taste of the group's forthcoming debut EP I Can See Through You, set for a July 2023 release. In the meantime, give Nothing To Lose a spin a few days ahead of release!

Beach Bleach's new sinlge Nothing To Lose is out May 31

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