Bad Luck Releases New Album “Noise In Your Head”

unnamed (5)Bad Luck’s new album “Noise In Your Head” was released earlier today.The 5 song EP is the follow-up to their Tragic Hero Records full length debut “Cold Bones”. The first single off the record “I’m A Lion, You’re Dead” was released last week and the album was premiered in its entirety via Noisey. Writer John Hill(Noisey) called Bad Luck’s new album “timeless punky fun” and warned us all to “get familiar with Bad Luck before you get left behind. Bad Luck is hitting the road in support of the new EP on the “Run Wild, Young Beauty” tour withHotel Books which kicks off today in Anaheim, CA and wraps up in mid November with a final show Columbus, OH. You can order “NIYH” along with limited time cassette tapes of the album and single “Last Bus (Change) at:http://www.merchbucket.com/category/BDLK.html

The angst soaked sounds of Bad Luck invoke a nostalgic feeling for a time when all that mattered was the moment at hand. Taking you back to the glory days of adolescence with gritty guitars and brutally honest lines like, “So love me, please just love me like you once did.” Their auspicious beginning was in 2006, hailing from Daytona Beach, Florida. Former guitarist/vocalist Evan Blaine was recoding bands in his home studio when he met Dom Fox who came in to lay down some vocal tracks for a hardcore band that he was in at the time. They quickly realized that the two of them had a lot in common and both had a love for writing contagious punk songs. Fox’s brother Joe Fox on bass and Jake Kneer on drums round out the group.

2015 brought significant changes for the band. With Blaine’s departure from the band, Steven Rodriguez joined the group who makes his debut with the band on their latest release, “Noise In Your Head”. The band also signed with the APA agency and has high hopes for what the future will bring.
     Big things are on the horizon for this bratty pack that has a lot of passion and even more to say.
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Concert Photographer at heart, Love listening to music and going to shows to try to capture the magic on the stage with my imagery.I also review albums and live concerts.
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