Bleeding Knees Club

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Bleeding Knees Club are a three-piece garage rock band from the Gold Coast, Australia, made up of Alex Wall (vocals/drums), Jordan Malane (guitar), and Matt Woods (drums).[1]

Origins[edit]

The band was formed as a duo in March 2010 by friends Alex Wall and Jordan Malane.[2] Their first live show was at a local warehouse party.[3] They gained popularity after being played on the Australian national radio broadcaster Triple J.[4][5]

Career[edit]

In 2011 after releasing their debut EP, "Virginity" they were named in NME's 50 Best New Bands[6] and in Triple J's Next Crop of Artists.[5] 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,[5] which was released on 27 February 2012.[6]

Bleeding Knees Club are currently signed with Iamsound Records.[7]

Discography[edit]

EPs[edit]

  • "Virginity" (2011)[8]

ALBUMS[edit]

  • "Nothing To Do" (2012) [9]

Band Members[edit]

  • Alex Wall – drums (2010–present)
  • Jordan Malane – guitar (2010–present)
  • Matt Woods – drums (2011–present)

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