in , , , , ,

Bad Moves release ‘Cool Generator’ Single & Video, SXSW, and Tour With Jeff Rosenstock.

Power punk pop band Bad Moves, dropped their brand spanking new single ‘Cool Generator’ and its music video. And like bosses, they’re packing up their gear for the fabulous party that is SXSW.

It’s a pattern for Bad Moves. Kill’em with cool music and video. Then leave for a while, for fantastic live sets. And then comes back to us, cleaning up the drool on our faces, and kindly petting us to calm our loneliness again.

What a relationship.

But we would not want it any other way.

‘Cool Generator’ is the preview to their upcoming album that is being worked on. So far, it seems to be a continuation of their last EP self titled debut EP, with the hippity-hop energy indicative of the band and its songs.

So good live, so good for parties, so cool to head bob to in the car.

No doubt, baby.

Can’t wait for the other songs to premiere in the new upcoming album. Really excited to find out, for sure.


Bad Moves consists of: David Combs (guitar), Emma Cleveland (bass), Katie Park (guitar), and Daoud Tyler-Ameen (drums).

Buy [HERE]


4.18 – Washington, DC @ Union Stage
4.19 – Brooklyn, NY @ Warsaw
4.20 – Brooklyn, NY @ Warsaw
4.21 – Boston, MA @ Paradise Rock Club
4.22 – Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer
4.24 – Lakewood, OH @ Mahall’s
4.25 – Ferndale, MI @ The Loving Touch
4.26 – Chicago IL @ Logan Square Auditorium
4.27 – Minneapolis, MN @ Coffman Memorial Union (University of Minnesota)
4.28 – Milwaukee, WI The Back Room @ Colectivo on Prospect
4.29 – St. Louis MO @ Off Broadway
5.1 – Columbus, OH @ Ace of Cups
5.2 – Pittsburgh, PA @Spirit Hall
All dates w/ Jeff Rosenstock and Martha

3.13 – DG/FD Showcase @ Sidewinder 7:30 pm
3.16 – Peelander Z Fest @ Spider House 4:45 pm
3.16 – Pit Party @ Barracuda 7:45 pm
3.18 – KVRX Pool Party 12:45 pm


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *





I Will Keep Your Ghost Shares Single ‘1964’.

Quiet Slang Announce Debut Album ‘Everything Matters But No One Is Listening’. Drops May 18th.