Bleeker releases new stellar new single, Disaster, off upcoming new album Self-Made

Happy Friday! Now let’s celebrate the weekend by cranking up loud the new single Disaster from Bleeker! There is something magical when a song can capture exactly how you are feeling and delivers a heaping helping of hope during a troubling time. That is exactly how I felt when I first heard Bleeker’s new single, Disaster.

“Disaster” accepts that life is chaotic and messy, and all we can do is keep moving. Over a wall of electric guitar, singer Taylor Perkins sings with both angst and apathy, letting us know that sometimes it’s okay to feel bad. In all this chaos, Perkins wonders what it would be like to be above it all–he identifies the urge we all have to “just want to drive away.” With its soaring choruses and dynamic changes, “Disaster,” is a true rock ballad that will speak to all audiences.

You can listen to Disaster and Pre-order at the following link or watch the video below:

Disaster is off their upcoming album Self-Made which is available for pre-order now. The album features the new single, plus “Running Through The Flames” and “Straight For The Money” among other anthemic tracks.

Bleeker first caught our eye back in 2016 as they were opening for The Struts at the intimate Velvet Jones venue. They blew us away and they have continued to garner our high praise of their rock.

Bleeker are gearing up to head out on tour with Better Noise Music labelmates, AWOLNATION, kicking off the tour on Memorial Day weekend in Asbury Park, NJ as the opening concert for the 2020 Stony Pony Summer Stage series. The formidable alternative tour will also include stops in NYC at The Rooftop at Pier 17, Washington D.C.’s The Anthem, The Aragon Ballroom in Chicago and The Greek Theatre in Los Angeles. All shows also feature special guest Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness and The Beaches.

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