Edgar Allan Poets – Noir Rock Band | Everything Fun (Is Bad For Me) is Todd Morse's New Single | E.A.Poets
Everything Fun (Is Bad For Me) is Todd Morse’s New Single | E.A.Poets

Good Day Noir Family,
our “Edgar Allan Poets’ Artists/Bands We Like” section is dedicated to Todd Morse and his single Everything Fun (Is Bad For Me). I found this Artist on Spotify and I was intrigued by the vibes of his music.

Everything Fun (Is Bad For Me) is Todd Morse’s New Single | E.A.Poets

The energy unleashed by this artist’s music is contagious.

I realized immediately that I was in front of a highly experienced musician. The chord progression is well thought out and manages to entertain the listener from the first to the last second.

As I was listening to the catchy tune Everything Fun (Is Bad For Me) I imagined driving a convertible through the streets of L.A. This song makes you feel free, like those days when you just want to wander around aimlessly.

The musical arrangements are excellent and the execution is masterful.

Todd Morse is a true professional in fact he plays bass in a legendary band like The Offspring.

But this artist has a lot to give also on a compositional level and not only as a bass player. I believe that after years of sustaining the rhythmic session of the songs with his riffs, the chrysalis has now become a butterfly.

Like Bruce Buffer would say…It’sssssssss time for Todd Morse to introduce his full creativity to the world. He has what it takes to do wonders.

A nice discovery that I recommend everyone to go and listen to.

Everything Fun (Is Bad For Me) is Todd Morse’s Single Out Now!

Catchy and Energetic!

Everything Fun (Is Bad For Me) is Todd Morse’s New Single | E.A.Poets

The Los Angeles/Las Vegas-based singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist has spent over twenty years writing, recording and performing in groups such as New York hardcore band H2O, Juliette and the Licks, Operation M.D. and is now the bass player for the multi-platinum band The Offspring.

His debut solo album, appropriately titled ‘Late Bloomer’ was released in January of 2019. The record is about the clash between that inner kid and his wiser self. It harks back to his childhood influences – The Clash, Tom Petty and The Rolling Stones – and fuses it with the vocal and guitar skills he’s refined over two decades.

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