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MP3 Download: Bleached's Lo-Fi Track 'Searching Through the Past'

Get an upbeat song from the sister duo

December 29, 2011 11:00 AM ET
Bleached
Bleached, Searching Through the Past'
Ward Long

Click to listen to Bleached's 'Searching Through The Past'

Los Angeles sister duo Bleached recently released a 7" single for their upbeat lo-fi track "Searching Through The Past." Though the song has a definite modern sound, it is easy to hear the classic rock & roll that inspired Jessica and Jennifer Clavin.

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"'Searching Through The Past' is about still being in love with someone who's gone. Wishing they would come back, but also still not sure if you can forget why it all went wrong," Jennifer Clavin says. "I was spending a lot of time in the desert listening to early Stones and Fleetwood Mac, and this just came out."

Bleached's "Searching Through The Past" is available for free here.

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