2017-10-27T12:43:11-04:00 2017-10-27T08:26:44-04:00

Johnny Kills finish their run of summer songs with gnarly anthem "Not So Bad"

Made up of biological brothers Tim and Lewis Lloyd-Kinnings, Cameron Gipp, and joined by North-London-drum-prodigy Fin S. Woolfson, Johnny Kills have brought new single "Not So Bad" to the high table. Successfully writing iconic paradoxical crashing garage-rock about being in your early 20s and innocently clueless. The band specialise in music somewhat capturing fuzzy and anxious elements for uncertain domestic times. "Not So Bad" was produced by Alex Greaves (PLAZA, Trash, Seeing Hands) at The Nave studio in Leeds, and mastered by Pete Maher. The single is self-released and, the final piece of the jigsaw in the series of Super Sick Summer Singles. 

Frontman Tim says:

"'Not So Bad' is about ridiculous conversations you have with your friends at the end of a drunken night. Putting the world to rights, arguing about dumb things, "genuine" epiphanies or just chatting shit. Safe in the knowledge that nothing will have changed in the morning."

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Alternative Rock · Indie


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