The Good The Bad's new single, 023, will be released on February 13th 2012 and is the next single to be taken from their sophomore album, From 018-033, which was released in August 2011 through Stray Cat Records.
The video for 023 was directed by Jeppe Kostrup, who has previously worked with The Good The Bad before on single 030, whose video was a viral hit. In 023, the video is bathed in red light as the band performs energetically. During the song's duration, two men attack each other with the same manic vibe the band has. Their fight finishes as the song does, with the two men lying on the floor, panting.
The Good The Bad are a Danish band who formed in Copenhagen. The trio comprise: Adam Olsson (lead guitar); Johan Lei Gellett (drums) and Manoj Ramdas (baritone guitar). The three instrumentalists have all had previous experiences in the music industry: Adam and Johan were previously in the band Baby Woodrose, while Manoj played in The Raveonettes. The Good The Bad are well known for their lack of vocals in their songs, preferring to let their tracks speak for themselves.
Their debut album, From 001-017, was released in November 2010. The Good The Bad have received support from XFM and BBC6 Music.
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