Bleeding Knees Club
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The band was formed as a duo in March 2010 by friends Alex Wall and Jordan Malane. Their first live show was at a local warehouse party. They gained popularity after being played on the Australian national radio broadcaster Triple J.
In 2011 after releasing their debut EP, "Virginity" they were named in NME's 50 Best New Bands and in Triple J's Next Crop of Artists. As they began to tour they hired Matt Woods to be their full-time drummer. Bleeding Knees Club then went to New York to record their first album, "Nothing To Do," with American producer and artist Dev Hynes, which was released on 27 February 2012.
- "Virginity" (2011)
- "Nothing To Do" (2012) 
- Alex Wall – drums (2010–present)
- Jordan Malane – guitar (2010–present)
- Matt Woods – drums (2011–present)
- Bleeding Knees Club
- Bleeding Knees Club, These Aussie punks are so lo-fi they make the White Stripes sound like Queen circa A Night at the Opera, The Guardian, 7 May 2011.
- Bleeding Knees Club, Interview Feature, thebeat.com.au, 28 June 2013
- Gold Coast band head overseas, Gold Coast Bulletin, 12 April 2011
- Bleeding Knees Club, Interview Feature
- 50 best new bands of 2011: Bleeding Knees Club, NME, 3 June 2011.
- Artists: Bleeding Knees Club, iamsoundrecords.com, 28 June 2013
- Bleeding Knees Club – itunes, 18 October 2011
- Bleeding Knees Club – itunes, 17 April 2012