Celebrating New Album, Paranoyds with Bleached in Dallas

by Sage Howell on September 24, 2019 in Entertainment, Music, Dallas/Fort Worth,

The Paranoyds have made a name for themselves as one of the most exciting Los Angeles bands since forming in 2015.

Playing festivals like Coachella, the buzzy four-piece has toured with the likes of DIIV, White Reaper, Albert Hammond Jr., Sunflower Bean, Tacocat and BRONCHO. 

Their long-awaited debut album, Carnage Bargain, just launched. A raucous blend of garage rock grit, new wave swagger, classic horror film soundtrack campiness, there’s also a myriad of other left-of-center influences. The West Coast quartet celebrated the release by embarking on a tour, and stopped through Dallas September 10th to perform at Club Dada supporting Bleached. Rei Clone kicked off the night.

Rei Clone’s band set-up prior to opening for the Paranoyd’s and Bleached at Dada in Deep Ellum, Dallas. Photo Sage Howell
Ash of Denton’s Rei Clone singing lead vocals. Photo Sage Howell
The Paranoyds’ vocalist Laila Hashemi (left) with bass guitarist and fellow co-founder of the band Staz Lindes. Photo Sage Howell
Staz Lindes of The Paranoyds playing bass at Club Dada in Deep Ellum. Photo Sage Howell
Laila Hashemi had a strong stage presence throughout The Paraynoyds’ set at Club Dada. Photo Sage Howell
From left, Bleached: Jennifer Clavin on bass, Jessica Clavin on lead guitar and vocals and Nick Pilot on guitar. Photo Sage Howell

Cover photo Sage Howell

Sage Howell is a photojournalist based in the DFW-area.