Bleeding Knees Club to release debut album 'Nothing To Do' in February

The Australian garage band's first LP has been produced by Dev Hynes of Blood Orange

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Bleeding Knees Club are set to release their debut album, 'Nothing To Do, on February 27.

The Australian garage pop band will also support the release of the album with a five date UK tour in February, kicking off at Brighton's Green Door Store on February 22, before playing two London shows at The Old Blue Last (23) and KOKO (24) before visiting Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms (25) and finishing up at Leeds' Nation of Shopkeepers (29).

'Nothing To Do' was produced by Dev Hynes of Blood Orange and Lightspeed Champion and will be released on IAMSOUND/Columbia Records. The album will be preceded by a single of the same name, released on January 22.

Bleeding Knees Club play:

Brighton Green Door Store (February 22)
London Old Blue Last (23)
London KOKO (24)
Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms (25)
Leeds Nation of Shopkeepers (29)

Bleeding Knees Club feature in the 100 New Bands You Have To Hear piece in the new issue of NME, which is on UK newsstands now or available digitally.

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