Melbourne emo/rock outfit Bad/Love are set to be a hot ticket to watch this year, especially after hearing their brand new single, ‘Feel Good’ which just dropped this week. Give it one listen and you’ll be nodding along to that infectious, anthemic rock riff that follows the mesmerising, melodic vocals by frontman Landon Kirk.
The track definitely left me “feeling good” and in high spirits today, and I don’t know about you but I haven’t heard an emo rock anthem this huge or danceable since Good Charlotte’s ‘Dancefloor Anthem’ or even some of the anthemic emo bangers Falling in Reverse dropped throughout the 2000s.
If you dug what Bad/Love brought to the table here with ‘Feel Good’, make sure you don’t bypass their previous single, ‘Social Suicide’ which also happens to feature Kenta Koie from Crossfaith! Both songs appear off of the band’s forthcoming EP, Life Imitates Art which is expected to drop on April 9. Get keen!
Words By Tamara May (@citylightstam)
Bad/Love – Life Imitates Art EP