Thanks for chatting with us! How does it feel to have “Always Restart” out for others to hear?
It feels really good we spent a lot of time on these songs, maybe too much time? So to finally have it out for people to hear and give feedback feels like the beginning of the next chapter. It’ll be time to do it all over again soon!
How has your sound evolved from your last record to “Always Restart”?
I’d say we really went in the direction of less is more for these newest songs. On our last EP if felt like we were trying to pull out all the bells and whistles at every turn. Adding in a lot of synth and extra instruments and so on. Whereas with these new songs it’s more of just us as a band. No extra icing but still tasteful.
Do you think this single is the strongest representation of where The Bad Bees are currently?
I’d say yes! The song has a lot of high energy which means a lot to us as far as our sound. Structure and writing wise I’d say this is our best foot forward to date.
Why was this song chosen to as a single, as opposed to any other songs you may have recently written or recorded?
This one really takes you somewhere as a listener. It's easy to listen to structure wise and has a very upbeat hook. Plus the message is very positive, we want people to know we are here to help. By rocking your faces with our music.
Will you be releasing any more music in 2019? What can listeners expect?
We have two more singles we plan on putting out by the end of 2019. Then we’re planning on getting right back into the studio sometime before the end of winter to start the cycle all over again.
If you could describe The Bad Bees sound in just three words for any new listeners, what would those words be?
Stimulating Pollinating Music