Bleach was a Nashville-based Christian rock band that formed at Kentucky Christian University, in Grayson, Kentucky. Formed in 1995, Bleach originally went by the name Muffin. They disbanded in 2004.
In 1997 Bleach earned a Dove Award in the category of Modern Rock Recorded Song of the Year for their song "Epidermis Girl", which was released on their debut album Space.
In 2003 the members of Bleach announced that they were going to disband. After the announcement, the band said goodbye to their fans in the form of a farewell tour, which was followed by the final album Farewell Old Friends. Bleach's "last show" was performed on August 29, 2004, in Nashville, Tennessee, but on March 13, 2005, Bleach performed a reunion show to benefit the Aaron Marrs Memorial Fund. They also performed a reunion show at The O.C. Supertones's last show, which was held at Biola University on October 7, 2005.
Bleach's sound was often compared to Weezer or what is sometimes referred to as alternative or geek...
Track listing: Good to Be AliveMust Be DivineEpidermis GirlPerfect FamilySuper Good FeelingAll to YouSun Stands StillWhat Will Your Anthem BeWe Are TomorrowKnocked OutBaselineGet UpDecemberJaded NowGirlfriend in a ComaConditionClear the AirFarewell Old Friends