Bleeding Knees Club
VIDEO: Bleeding Knees Club - Feel

VIDEO: Bleeding Knees Club – Feel

Bleeding Knees Club new single 'Feel' + film clip + single tour

Bleeding Knees Club new single ‘Feel’ + film clip + single tour

‘Feel’ is the anthemic new single from the Gold Coast’s garage-pop bombshells Bleeding Knees Club, and is the first fresh material from the band since last year’s acclaimed debut album ‘Nothing To Do’. The puppy-packed film clip for ‘Feel’ just dropped this morning and is currently doing the rounds online. Produced by Melbourne-based legend Lindsay Gravina...
SINGLE BIO: Bleeding Knees Club - Feel [Liberator]

SINGLE BIO: Bleeding Knees Club – Feel [Liberator]

Feel’ is the brand new single from Gold Coast’s Bleeding Knees Club, which the duo recently recorded with producer Lindsay Gravina at Birdland Studios in Melbourne. After wrapping up 2012 with a triumphant set Falls Festival, Alex and Jordan decided to take some time out at the start of this year to focus on writing...
CALL THE COPS announce Brisbane Christmas party!!

CALL THE COPS announce Brisbane Christmas party!!

Earlier this year the group of friends who make up Australian acts DZ Deathrays, Yacht Club DJs and Bleeding Knees Club decided that they would team up and throw two parties in Sydney & Melbourne before hitting up Spin Off Festival and Splendour in the Grass. They called these parties ‘Call The Cops’ and what...
VIDEO: Bleeding Knees Club - Let It Go

VIDEO: Bleeding Knees Club – Let It Go

BLEEDING KNEES CLUB + friends free mixtape download to celebrate tour support announcement

BLEEDING KNEES CLUB + friends free mixtape download to celebrate tour support announcement

The Gold Coast’s garage-pop bad boys Bleeding Knees Club are proud to announce the supports for their national ‘Let It Go’ tour, which kicks off in Brisbane next Saturday 3rd November. And to celebrate, they’re offering up a free-download mixtape of all the bands set to join them on these dates! Frontman Alex Wall said “Choosing...

Channel [V] OZ ARTIST OF THE YEAR nominees announced.

Nominations for the Channel [V] Australian Artist Of the Year have been announced. Congratulations to Alpine, Bleeding Knees Club, Catcall Deep Sea Arcade, DZ Deathrays, The Rubens and The Temper Trap!!! Every vote counts! So help your favourite artist win by voting for them here; http://ozartist.vmusic.com.au/

Channel [V] OZ ARTIST OF THE YEAR nominees announced.

Nominations for the Channel [V] Australian Artist Of the Year have been announced. Congratulations to Alpine, Bleeding Knees Club, Catcall Deep Sea Arcade, DZ Deathrays, The Rubens and The Temper Trap!!! Every vote counts! So help your favourite artist win by voting for them here; http://ozartist.vmusic.com.au/
BLEEDING KNEES CLUB nationally "letting it go" on tour in November + new single

BLEEDING KNEES CLUB nationally “letting it go” on tour in November + new single

It’s time to break out the Band-Aids and brace your battered body one more time, as Bleeding Knees Club head out on a national tour in November to launch ‘Let It Go’, the final single off their debut 2012 album ‘Nothing To Do’. These will be the last headline shows from the Gold Coast duo before they...

SINGLE BIO: Bleeding Knees Club – Let It Go (I Oh You)

Bleeding Knees Club are set to return with their single “Let It Go”, the final single to be taken from their stellar debut album “Nothing To Do”. In typical BKC fashion “Let It Go” holds firm to the slacker pop songs that Alex Wall and Jordan Malane have become so well loved for and will...
CALL THE COPS!  Bleeding Knees Club, Yacht Club DJs & DZ Deathrays come together for two raucous shows!

CALL THE COPS! Bleeding Knees Club, Yacht Club DJs & DZ Deathrays come together for two raucous shows!

CALL THE COPS BLEEDING KNEES CLUB, YACHT CLUB DJS & DZ DEATHRAYS With Special Guests – Drunk Mums (Melb) and The Fabergettes [Syd] It is with great excitement that I Oh You and Select announce CALL THE COPS.  To put it simply, it’s a group of friends throwing two wild parties in Sydney and Melbourne...

SINGLE BIO: Bleeding Knees Club – Girls Can Do Anything [I Oh You]

Since releasing their debut album “Nothing To Do” to much critical acclaim (including praise from Rolling Stone, NME and Spin Magazine), the Gold Coast duo of Bleeding Knees Club have enjoyed and reaped the rewards of their hard work over the past 18 months. Having just wrapped up a successful national headline tour and being...