Bad Suns Announces New Album And Releases Singles

Two years after their album, Language and Perspective, Bad Suns is back with two singles, a brand new album, and a massive headliner U.S. tour.


Their debut album left us with a want for more, and now finally have what we wanted, 13 new songs that seem like they won’t disappoint their old fans and will draw in new ones. While their first album had more of an 80’s rock sound, this one is coming back with a pop-rock fusion, starting with their first single “Disappear Here.” Just last week the track was released along with an extremely beautiful color schemed music video. When talking about the single, the frontman Christo Bowman said: “We wanted to capture the emotion of a crossroads in life being suddenly interrupted by the ground collapsing beneath your feet.”

Then, the next single “Heartbreaker” was released, and for those who are familiar with Bad Suns’ work, it will be a relief. The sound that made the band with the first album is back. “Heartbreaker” sounds more along the line of tracks from Language & Perspective like “Salt,” “Cardiac Arrest” and “We Move Like The Ocean,” which were the top selling singles off their first album. It also seems that just like The 1975, the band is changing the aesthetics of their covers and videos, going for a softer yet more vintage look.

After the album drops in just a few weeks on September 16th,  the band will immediately go on their promotional tour, stopping in Texas to play in Houston and Dallas during November. If there’s one thing to look forward to besides Labor Day weekend it’s Bad Sun’s new album.


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Track-by-Track Album Review: Frank Ocean’s “Blond”

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Neon Indian releases a retro visual for breakout hit “Annie”

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Neon Indian’s latest project, Vega Intl. Night School came on to the scene last fall and finally after a little under a year of touring and playing avant garde events (remember the video for “The Glitzy Hive” shot with GoPros?), Palomo and friends have released a visual dripping with 80’s iconography Read more ›

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Album Review: Young the Giant’s “Home of the Strange”


Everything is put out on the dance floor, as southern California’s alternative-indie rockers, Young the Giant, release their newest album, Home of the Strange (2016). An album with a glossy and ethereal sound that stimulates the ear with infectious melodies and innovative production elements.  Read more ›

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Artist Spotlight: Berhana


It’s so hard to pin point a certain genre when listening to songs these days. Even though that might suck for people who like to categorize the music they listen to, it’s also awesome because music shouldn’t have to stick to just one genre anyways. Enter Berhana who makes a sort of downtempo, hip hop kind of music. If “Caroline” by Amine is for summer days, “Janet” by Berhana is perfect for summer nights.  Read more ›

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“Clay Melton Band” Melts Faces, One Stage At a Time


Fueled by heavy rhythms, electrifying guitar riffs, and melodic pop structure,, presents the guitar-driven rock n’ roll outfit from Houston, Clay Melton BandRead more ›

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