Bad Magnets bring an ethereal experience with “Now I Know”


Bad Magnets, made up of George Morris (the Gypsy Chorus) and Jesse Shepherd-Bates (Handgrenades), have joined forces once again with their latest single titled “Now I Know.” This dynamic track effortlessly blends various genres and sounds, serving as a testament to the duo’s exceptional talents and experimental approach. Having accumulated plenty of experience over the past decade, both singer-songwriters have been involved in numerous bands and projects, previously going by the name of The Satin Peaches more than 14 years ago.

“Now I Know” begins with a groovy bassline, intertwining with a lively tambourine, setting the stage for harmonious vocals with several backtracks. The song exudes a mellow vibe while steadily building up to an explosive chorus. Once that chorus is reached, a smashing guitar solo is introduced, paired with an angsty hard-hitting percussion and a booming bassline. The track manages to strike a delicate balance between complexity and simplicity, resulting in an intriguing and immersive listening experience.

“Now I Know” is a refreshing track, bringing a newfound excitement into the realm of alternative pop rock. Despite their relatively modest online presence, Bad Magnets undoubtedly possess the potential to become the next big sensation due to their undeniable talent and artistic grandeur.

Stream “Now I Know” on Spotify and Apple Music.

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