Bleeding Rainbow - Yeah Right
Critic Score
Based on 9 reviews
2013 Ratings: #914 / 1035
User Score
Based on 5 ratings
January 29, 2013 / Release Date
LP / Format
Kanine / Label
Shoegaze / Genres
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Beats Per Minute

While the elaborate instrumental orchestrations flesh out what might otherwise be somewhat nondescript shoegaze tunes, the best songs serve as bait, coaxing the listener into Bleeding Rainbow’s enormous jams–and into revisiting often enough to enjoy their attention to detail.


Yeah Right has its charms, but they're echoes of a band Bleeding Rainbow used to be under a slightly different name.

Consequence of Sound

The album’s instrumental sojourns and lyrical plainness feel more like science fair trial-and-error rather than true experimentation.

No Ripcord

Despite the promising ingredients, Yeah Right fails to do anything to stand out in the already crowded indie-rock scene.


The biggest problem with Bleeding Rainbow isn’t necessarily their take on the shoegaze sound, but rather lead singer Sarah Everton’s voice. 

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Track List

  1. Go Ahead 
  2. Pink Ruff 
  3. You're Not Alone
  4. Drift Away 
  5. Shades of Eternal Night
  6. Fall Into Your Eyes 
  7. Inside My Head
  8. Waking Dream 
  9. Losing Touch
  10. Cover the Sky 
  11. Get Lost
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Added on: January 4, 2013