The Mic's Arthur and Emily caught up with the rising duo. Arthur: It’s great to meet you, How’s the tour going so far? Callum: It’s been great, hands down the best tour we’ve ever done, I think mainly because we’re touring with our friends; Indoor Pets and Dylan Cartilage- bands that we genuinely like. It’s just been really fun and all the audiences have been really up for it. Emily: On social media the live shows have looked insane so far, do you feel you’ve developed your s
There was no doubt that Bad Sounds were going to deliver a stand-out show on a cold Tuesday night at the Bodega. With their new single ‘Are You High’ being announced as ‘Annie Mac’s Hottest Record In The World’ earlier that evening, their first headline show in Nottingham was lining up to be something special. The performance began with ‘Hot Head Chippenham’, a tune that instantly got the crowd and the band both dancing. It was obvious from the get go that the love between fr
We caught up with brothers Ewan and Callum from the Bristol based five piece Bad Sounds ahead of their UK tour to talk Gorillaz, FIFA 18, and the worst gig they ever played… How did you form the band?
Ewan: Me and Callum are brothers, so we always used to be involved in music together when we were kids. We then got into different things after Callum moved to London and the Bristol for a bit, so he was out of the house for just over a year. In that time he started working in a