Everything from the musicality to the performances to the way in which this release has been recorded – it all works towards this shared sentiment of nostalgic raw energy & realness.
Rock & Roll
Bad Marriage are living the life right now, offering something that not too many bands or artists seem able to do. This sort of showmanship & positivity can’t generally be faked, so it’s a pleasure to witness it in all of its authentic glory.
There’s a touch of underlying sadness, but it’s expressed only by means of a single line – the music is consistently bright & upbeat, the optimism unquestionable, adding to that energizing element & colourful ambiance that keeps you entertained.
We need more music like this. The grit & passion remains, but there’s also a feeling of possibility, of a bright future ahead, and that’s greatly valuable.
He crafts his tracks in an open & fee manner, yet still keeps you embraced by the warmth & weight of engaging, gripping, authentic rock & roll.
A winning formula, successfully fusing the grit & realness of rock with a fairly polished level of production that allows the song to shine brightly.
There’s a sense of urgency that fills you with a lust for life, in the way that only truly expressive, authentic music can. His passion is incomparable,
The song has the distorted thickness of authentic blues rock & roll with the perfectly fitting level of emotion & passion that make the genre what it is.
Unforgettable is the key word. The two songs highlight the complex & creatively free sound the band are about to present to the world in full force.
Let it be stated for the record that no other band should dare entertain the notion of competing with us; on stage we’re going to be very hard to touch.
The nostalgia of the idea, the imagery, the warmth & familiarity of the music; all of this helps really draw you in & connect you to the song & the music.
The rock and blues fires out at you, as naturally and genuinely as possible. The guitar work is sensational, as is the thickness of those drums.