“Take What’s Given”, the new song from Badbadnotgood

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A unique fusion of country and funk.

badbadnotgood just released the single, “Take What’s Given”via XL Recordingsin collaboration with emerging Houston vocalist, Reggie. This new song, recorded in Los Angeles in Valentine Studios over several sessions in 2023, it is a unique fusioncountry, funk and arjazz-style rules characteristic of the band.

The new release, “Take What’s Given“, is a song in which the group originally from Canada tries a slight change in their style by exploring country sounds in collaboration with the vocalist Reggie. This single emerged during sessions in 2022, while they were experimenting in the studio and Reggie he improvised lyrics, resulting in an infectious song recorded in just a few takes.

From your album Talk Memory at the end of 2021, badbadnotgood has not stopped and has participated in various collaborations and tours around world festivals. She has even received her fifth nomination for Grammy for his remix of “Alien Love Call” of Turnstile.

Additionally, he has released singles with artists such as Charlotte Day Wilson, 1999 Write the Futureand collaborated with Westside Gunn and Conway The Machine in “Mint Chocolate“, as well as with Jonah Yano in “the ordinary is ordinary because it ordinarily repeats

badbadnotgood has its agenda ready for 2024, with confirmed performances at festivals such as Cross The Tracks in London, Primavera Sound in Barcelona and Bonnaroo in United States. It will also be presented at Zorlu Performing Arts Center from Istanbul.

You can hear “Take What’s Given” on all digital platforms.


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