Blending their love of new-romantic icons such as Tears For Fears and The Cure with the anthemic-pop hooks of present-day artists like LANY and MUNA, Bad Love have cultivated a sophisticated modern pop sound.
Effortlessly combining contemporary, synth pop sounds with earnest, heartfelt lyrics, Bad Love create a hypnotic brand of pop music, as joyful as it is introspective. Slick, melodic and unerringly catchy, the single is elevated further by charismatic frontman Andy Gannon, who’s yearning vulnerability radiates throughout. The singer, emotional and sincere, explores the anxieties involved in discovering new love and about finding a way to let someone in, even if you’ve been hurt in the past.
Formed in 2019 in Stoke-on-Trent, the Manchester based band wasted no time to make their mark on the music industry. Having already released two singles in the past year – More Than Friends and Hurricane – they have picked up support from the sites like Variance Magazine, Clash Magazine, Clout and Indie Is Not A Genre.
A Place For Me is out now.