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BAD SUNS: DISAPPEAR HERE

Music

BAD SUNS: DISAPPEAR HERE

Caitlin Rance

It was my junior year of high school. The only thing I could think about was the fact that I was seeing The 1975 perform live in February, oh and also the fact that Bad Suns was opening up for them. 

Bad Suns are a band that hails from Southern California, but a five second listen to any of their songs will give that away instantly. It's nice. If you're not quite familiar with the name, you'll probably be familiar with their first hit singles: Salt or Cardiac Arrest. Both have a summer tinge to them and are perfect to listen to while driving fast with the windows down.

I remember the first time I heard Cardiac Arrest. I instantly added it to my high school carpool playlist of songs for the long journey home. Soon after Salt would be introduced to the lineup, and you could probably hear a car full of girls singing along from lanes away. 

It's been quite some time but Bad Suns has finally released their sophomore album. Theres always this ounce of nervousness among music lovers after their favorite bands first album has sautéed for a while and it's time for a second album to emerge. Theres this weird curse of having a great first album and then a boring uninspiring sophomore album. I'm not sure why this happens but it does and it sucks. You try really hard to get back into them but the spark isn't there anymore, not their fault, nor yours. Too deep? Don't worry, because Bad Suns doesn't even come close to the sophomore curse.

Listening to Bad Suns album 'Disappear Hear' is so good in all the right ways. When you listen to them you feel like you're home. The familiarity yet progression of their sound is so perfect you wonder how they even did it. I'm so excited to see where Bad Suns takes us on this journey.

Listen to their first album Language & Perspective and their second album Disappear Here below!

Favorite Songs From The First Album: Matthew James, Cardiac Arrest, Dancing On Quicksand, Salt, Rearview and Transpose

Favorite Songs From The Sophomore Album: Heart Breaker, Daft Pretty Boys, Disappear Here and Even In My Dreams, I Can't Win 

ENJOY