Toronto-based trio Bleeker have returned with their latest single, “James Dean”from their forthcoming EP, 'Problems', due out this fall. The official music video was directed by Jeff Scheven (TV On The Radio, Givenchy, Diamond Rings).

Produced by Dave “Sluggo” Katz (Katy Perry, Neon Trees) and mixed by Tony Hoffer (Beck, M83, Phoenix), “James Dean” sees Bleeker in a state of growth, showcased by amplifying alternative anthems...

Throw your problems in the air” sing Bleeker on their new video for ‘Problems’ released today. Taken from the forthcoming album ‘Self Made’, ‘Problems’ was released as scheduled on March 20th 2020 just as people were being sent home and the world went into 3 months of lockdown. The escapist feel of the track became a favorite with self-isolating fans dealing with the problems of feeling...

Today, Bleeker releases their new lyric video for the track “Problems” off their forthcoming release, "SELF-MADE", coming out May 1st via Better Noise Music.

“Problems” is a powerful opening track to Bleeker’s upcoming album, "SELF-MADE", available for pre-order now. The song explores the often-overbearing standards created by social media, in an up-beat encouraging track to set the tone of their album. “Problems” is a self-love anthem...

“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...

Juno and Canadian Radio Music Award-nominated Bleeker creates thoroughly modern anthems. The newest single from their upcoming release, "Self Made", “Running Through The Flames” is an instantly infectious pop song with a relentless groove. The band, featuring brothers Taylor and Cole Perkins, with Mike Van Dyk and Chris Dimas, explains that the song is about “going through hell together and making it out the other side”...

Juno and Canadian Radio Music Award-nominated BLEEKER represents a fresh, new vision for alternative music. Amplifying alt rock with stadium sized spirit, delightful experimentation and raw power, Ontario, Canada natives, brothers Taylor and Cole Perkins, with Mike Van Dyk and Chris Dimas, create thoroughly modern anthems.

The newest single from their upcoming album, “Straight For The Money” tackles the one thing everyone loves - money. However,...

Toronto-based trio Bleeker have returned with their latest single, ‘James Dean’ from their forthcoming EP, Problems, due out this Autumn. The music video was directed by Jeff Scheven (TV On The Radio, Givenchy, Diamond Rings).

Produced by Dave “Sluggo” Katz (Katy Perry, Neon Trees) and mixed by Tony Hoffer (Beck, M83, Phoenix), ‘James Dean’ sees Bleeker in a state of growth, showcased by amplifying alternative anthems...

Bleeker are steadily building a rock solid name for themselves in their native Canada. But despite an altered band name and a slightly revamped lineup, Bleeker's aesthetic and work ethic remain as sturdy and as unshakable as ever. Musically, Bleeker cross-pollinate the swagger of The Rolling Stones with psych-tinged groove, and therefore they fall among Royal Blood, Struts, The Black Keys, and Jet in the alt rock spectrum. But what...

Emerging rock trio BLEEKER continue climbing the charts with their hit single “Highway” off their current album ‘Erase You,’ released on October 2016 in US and in Europe from February 10th via Five Seven Music. Kicking off 2017 as the #1 most added track at US Active Rock Radio, “Highway” now holds the #1 spot on the Canadian Active Rock Charts. Listen to “Highway” HERE.

“Highway” was featured on...

After concluding a successful 24 date U.S. tour with Sublime With Rome and Five Seven Music label mates, Dirty Heads, Toronto rockers Bleeker are excited to unveil their new music video for “Highway”.

The music video features a collection of behind-the-scenes and live footage from the band’s recent tour as well as day-to-day...

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