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Hearken to BADBADNOTGOOD’s new single ‘Open Channels’

Hearken to BADBADNOTGOOD’s new single ‘Open Channels’

Listen to BADBADNOTGOOD's new single 'Open Channels'

BADBADNOTGOOD have shared a brand new single titled ‘Open Channels’, which was beforehand solely out there on bodily copies of their 2021 LP.

The monitor was uploaded to streaming companies earlier within the week, arriving as a moody, ambling, jazz-fuelled journey throughout a four-and-a-half-minute runtime.

It was accompanied by a Sylvain Chaussée-directed music video, shot nearly completely in black and white, with solely the occasional splash of color. Test it out under.

The monitor is lifted from the band’s most up-to-date album ‘Discuss Reminiscence’, however was beforehand solely out there for many who had bought arduous copies. The document, which marked their first full-length launch since 2016, includes singles ‘Sign From The Noise’ and ‘Beside April’, amongst different cuts.

Talking of the album previous to its launch, the band stated: “It took a yr or two of simply dwelling life to get to the place the place the inventive course of was thrilling once more and as soon as we really went into the studio it was essentially the most concise recording and writing course of we’ve ever had.”

NME gave the document three stars in a assessment, saying it lacked the “playful spirit and brash confidence the band carried themselves with within the early days”.

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“With out angle or hooks, it’s all too simple for ‘Discuss Reminiscence’ to fade into the background like well mannered elevator music fairly than turn out to be the soundtrack to one thing nice,” wrote NME‘s Ali Shutler.

It was the primary music the band had launched because the departure of keyboardist and co-founder Matthew Tavares in 2019. Opening up about his causes for leaving in a social media submit late final yr, Tavares stated the “surroundings was so detrimental” within the band.

“I wanted to get out, I couldn’t take it anymore,” he wrote.

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