BAD CHILD first song also has the project name. And what a way to introduce this mysterious sound. From a certain point of view, this sounds like a strange mix between indie, electronic and rock, that works like charm. From another perspective, this reminds us of an Alt-J meets George Ezra with an added layer of strangeness. But don’t let yourself be fooled. This is as good as it gets. We would recommend some carefulness pressing the play button, as the level of addiction can easily hit the roof.
Following BAD CHILD many other tracks were released. Bad Child beginning as an artist is a very strong one. And in one year he actually put out an entire album entitled SIGN UP. We would
Desert Island Lover might just be the best song of them all. Keeping the flow and the beautiful weirdness of the first two tracks, the chorus on this one is absolutely special. The vocals show that something special we were not expecting. And the way the song keeps surprising until the end is actually pretty sick.
The same awkward-coolish-vibe are present in Pretty Girls. In a diagram of electronic simplicity and naughty vocals. In this, Bad Child sounds a bit like Chet Faker but goes much beyond the expected. He puts into the song a very British rock vibe, with howling vocals and a perfect repetition that immediately floods the mind. With a chorus in the very beginning of the song, Pretty Girls goes right to the subject. And the following (almost) 3 minutes are a steady spiral around that. But spiralling perfect they are.
Expecting to keep being surprised by this almost unknown vibe? Listening to the entire Sign Up might naturally leave you signing up to Bad Child on every single network: