Bleached Ask 'Don't You Think You've Had Enough?' on New Album, Share "Hard to Kill" Video

Bleached Ask 'Don't You Think You've Had Enough?' on New Album, Share "Hard to Kill" Video
Since 2011, sisters Jennifer and Jessie Clavin have played poppy garage rock together as Bleached. The band, which was born out of their previous project Mika Miko, have just announced their third LP and, in doing so, expanded on their sound in every way.

The release is called Don't You Think You've Had Enough?, which is inspired by a question Jennifer asked herself when she hit a turning point regarding alcoholism. 

In fact, sobriety is a central theme of the release, as a press release explains:

That newfound perspective serves as the guiding force in every corner of its sound, yielding a courageous, honest, and sonically ambitious album. Throughout, the Clavins radiate the power and bravery of facing addiction, of letting go of the past and becoming open to a radically different future of self-love, acceptance, and newfound honesty.

The album's writing process was split between a practice space in Los Angeles and with a group of co-writers in Nashville.

"Writing these songs while sober became somewhat of a spiritual experience," Jennifer said in a statement. "I had to let go, trust the process, and allow an energy beyond my control to be present."

The album was produced with Shane Stoneback (Vampire Weekend) and will be released on July 12 via Dead Oceans. Watch the video for new single "Hard to Kill" below, where you'll also find the band's forthcoming tour dates.

Don't You Think You've Had Enough?:

1. Heartbeat Away
2. Hard to Kill
3. Daydream
4. I Get What I Need
5. Somebody Dial 911
6. Kiss You Goodbye
7. Rebound City
8. Silly Girl
9. Valley to LA
10. Real Life
11. Awkward Phase
12. Shitty Ballet

Tour dates:

05/20 Chicago, IL - The Vic Theater *
05/21 St. Louis, MO - The Pageant *
05/22 Lawrence, KS - Liberty Hall *
05/24 Denver, CO - Gothic Hall *
05/25 Salt Lake City, UT - Union Events Center *
05/28 Pomona, CA - Fox Theater *
05/29 San Diego, CA - The Observatory North Park *
07/11 Los Angeles, Ca - Moroccan Lounge
08/22 London, UK - The Lexington
08/24 Reading, UK - Reading Festival
08/25 Leeds, UK - Leeds Festival
09/07 Phoenix, AZ - Valley Bar
09/09 Austin, TX - Barracuda
09/10 Dallas, TX - Club Dada
09/11 Houston, TX - Satellite Bar
09/13 New Orleans, LA - Gasa Gasa
09/14 Atlanta, GA - Masquerade (Hell)
09/15 Raleigh, NC - Motorco
09/17 Washington, DC - U Street Music Hall
09/19 Brooklyn, NY - Elsewhere
09/20 Philadelphia, PA - PhilaMOCA
09/21 Boston, MA - Brighton Music Hall
09/23 Toronto, ON - Horseshoe Tavern
09/24 Columbus, OH - The Basement
09/25 Nashville, TN - Exit In
09/27 Urbana, IL - Pygmalion Festival
09/28 Minneapolis, MN - 7th Street Entry
09/29 Chicago, IL - Lincoln Hall
10/01 Kansas City, MO - Riot Room (Outdoors)
10/03 Denver, CO - Globe Hall
10/05 Boise, ID - The Olympic
10/07 Seattle, WA - Crocodile
10/08 Vancouver, BC - Biltmore Cabaret
10/09 Portland, OR - Star Theater
10/11 Oakland, CA - New Parish
 
* with Refused and the Hives