Bad Moves – One Thing – Single Review

The US new wave quartet Bad Moves released the single One Thing on the 19th.

Bad Moves - photo by Jeanette D. Moses

Bad Moves – photo by Jeanette D. Moses

Taking thoughts straight back to garage of the ’70s and ’80s Bad Moves in One Thing (available on bandcamp) fill the room with the sounds of summer surf with a retro-analogue warmth that is over all to quickly and has the audience clamouring for more – if a track ever cried out for a vinyl release – One Thing would be heard sobbing loudly.

After a break in recorded material a couple of singles have arisen in the past two months, which, if signalling of anything at all possibly indicates there may be a longer release coming up to follow their 2016 eponymous EP – I for one will keep my fingers crossed.

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