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Bad Girlfriend release new single – ‘Here It Comes’

Bad Girlfriend release new single – ‘Here It Comes’


Coming out of South Birmingham, UK, Bad Girlfriend hit the road running in 2015 and instantly made a name for themselves on the local live circuit for their off the wall, amp climbing, stage-diving live show and balls to the wall punk/garage sound. Quickly integrating with local legends such as God damn, Youth man and Table scraps, they’ve gone on to play with internationally touring groups The Chats, Swervedriver and Dune Rats, and held their own with UK rising acts Murder Capital and Shame. From Glasgow to London they have played across some of the nations underground DIY venues and have started to build a buzz nationwide.
Now regarded as one of the most must-see live acts in the region, after three bonkers EP’s the group have now made an effort to focus on and hone in on their recorded sound with the always great Mark Gittins for their latest effort.

Check out Bad Girlfriend’s website HERE

Connor Hemming – Guitar & Vocals

Richie James – Bass & Vocals

Billy Smallman-Köpf – Drums




Take a dive headfirst into the murky depths of Bad Girlfriends most fuzzed-out song to date. Lulling you into a false sense of security with its lush opening chords it instantly plunges you into a surrealist riff-filled land with crashing drums and pulsating bass. It spits you out the other side and leaves you wanting more instantly! Buy the ticket, take the ride. Bad Girlfriend has taken a step away from the live recording approach to hone on in their recorded sound with their latest single ‘Here it Comes’. Utilizing the process and talents of producer Mark Gittins at the independent & locally legendary Megatone Studios; a tale reminiscent of losing control and the ensuing waves of the unknown ‘Here It Comes’ represents Bad Girlfriend’s darkest, biggest and most fuzz-drenched effort to date.

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