By: Rachel Vogrich
In need of some new music? Lively and electric SoCal vibes radiate off of Bad Suns sophomore album, Disappear Here.
The California-based indie group released the 13-song album earlier this month. The album brings a number of different emotions, depicted specifically in each song. Some songs are extremely upbeat, while others get you all in the feels - the seemingly perfect balance for an album.
Reaching No. 2 on Billboard with their single, "Cardiac Arrest’’ from their first album, Language & Perspective, Bad Suns has gained major props. Within their short career so far, the band has toured with popular artists such as The 1975, The Neighbourhood, Halsey, Hunny, and now COIN. The rising indie group proves time and time again to new listeners that they mean business.
Disappear Here focuses more on upbeat, electric melodies and has much ‘movement’ to the songs. “Heartbreaker,” the second song on the album, is sure to be a fan-favorite, being one of the catchiest and guitar-centered singles – a personal favorite of mine off the album.
The band will be in Chicago on October 28, at Double Door in Wicker Park! Don’t be hesitant to scope out Bad Suns' new album and maybe even get a ticket. Tickets can be purchased here.