Good Day Noir Family,
our “E.A.Poets Approved/Bands We Like” section is dedicated to Bad Blood. I discovered this Artist while shuffling songs on Spotify and I liked his unique approach.
We are faced with an eclectic and courageous artist who likes to experiment.
As soon as I started listening to his music I immediately thought of Beck.
A unique musical approach that develops a never predictable and banal chord progression that manages to entertain the listener from the first to the last second with continuous twists and rhythmic variations.
Bad Blood keeps you glued to the speakers for the entire duration of the song. His sound is modern, innovative, and intriguing.
The production is perfect for the genre and the grooves are able to give the right cadence and the sound proposed by this artist is very engaging.
Go listen to it, it’s worth it.
Muzzle Training is Bad Blood’s Single Out Now!
Unique and courageous!
Hailing and wailing from the sunny Whitley Bay coast, Bad Blood is an artist that has no interest in writing and recording songs easily pigeonholed under one genre, instead, preferring to play in the dirty, murky, ill-defined, grey-areas.
Bad Blood aims to make the listener the lead character of each song, posing predicaments and dealing in dilemmas, just like the bad guy you can’t help but root for and the good guy who promises to come to your rescue but who just won’t answer the phone.
Musically influenced by artists such as Alt-J, 21 pilots, Lana del Ray, Nirvana, and Paul Simon, Bad Blood says the most engaging part of the songwriting process is to be nearly finished, only to ask, “How can I rip this up?”