Bleek Noir, with a “Tom Waits” sound from the UK is breaking boundaries with the new offering “Fresh Born Animal (And I’m Not Sure Who I Am)“.
Bleek Noir officially launched July 28th after a significant change in direction, exploding onto the UK music scene with a goal to inspire an appreciation for the extreme!
We present to you the Video “Harder Love”, a strong piece and a song of erotic desperation!
Dark and atonal, with mystery and shadows Blek Noir has brought a Victorian Era and Nuevo Goth sound to the light of day, it is a quite exotic sound that is, in itself refreshing, there are so many that claim and experimental sound, but this is truly imperial, imagine if Halloween had an emotional cry of love, you got this down.
Bleek Noir has exposed the darkness within, not an evil “Jack the Ripper” sort of darkness, but the erotic animal within, “Harder Love” is the coming to terms with accepting that “one must be as one is”, im not sure that the artist would have expected to come up with a new type of music, but if I could give it a name, I would honestly call it “AudioErotica” – Yes, Sound Porn is now a thing!
At the moment, this album is only a digital download, but this needs, so very needs to be on Vinyl, a Virgin White wax disk, Black label, Silver lettering, ahhhh, the image of purity with a dark and creamy center… Mwahahahahahah !
Bleek Noir was scraped from the cheap hotel bed shared by illness, disillusionment and a brief lack of purpose. A prolific, lyrical and distinctive creature, born from the wild copulation of whatever the mind spits on the page, Bleek Noir is a sound hog-tied to no time frame.
Raising it’s ugly head into the world at the end of July 2017, still spluttering with blue lips, Bleek Noir immediately spat out two releases. A double A-Side single “Harder Love/Draggin’ That Damn Thing Around” and an EP “Fresh Born Animal (And I’m Not Sure Who I Am)”.
An intense and distinctive vocal, croons and shakes over haunted and howling guitars, warm moog synth bass, 808’s, lo-fi yet lively production, engaging yet hooky songwriting, and lyrical explorations of the human condition, love and masochism.
A sound that may include echoes of rockabilly, surf, early roots and jazz music and even tones of goth, while itself, being none of the above. It’s influences are wide, from early Jazz to Tom Waits to The Birthday Party.
Bleek Noir has a special offering, and e-book, created from the lyrics of his music and additional thoughts inscribed in permanence, hearing the lyrics and reading them, his talent is clearly and permanently carved into your brain.
Bleek Noir can be found online on numerous online platforms: