New single from Brooklyn-based duo BAD.
Entitled “Jupiter” the funk-fueled 80s inspired pop-dance banger is all about partying with our
extraterrestrial friends in outer space.
The duo confide, “It’s no secret living on Earth has been wild over the past year or so. “Jupiter” is an escape to another world. We want this song to help spin us out of this state of retrograde we’ve been living in, feeling like everything is upside down, and turn it around.”
BAD have received acclaim from the likes of LADYGUNN, Live Nation Onest to Watch, Earmilk and have been added to Spotify’s Fresh Finds playlist as well as H&M’s worldwide in-store playlists.
BAD is comprised of NYC based duo Julia Brex and Jackson Hoffman. Having met in high school, the two have been writing and recording music together for about a decade. While they mainly focus on pop songwriting and production for other artists, BAD was born out of a passion for funk music. That passion combined with their musicality and an incredible group of fellow musicians led to the release of their debut EP GOOD, which has been making listeners dance across the globe.
Inspired by their love for funk grooves and pop sensibilities, BAD pulls elements from throwback funk and soul, 90’s and early 2000’s pop and R&B and contemporary pop and hip-hop. Brex and Hoffman succeed in creating a sound which allows the music to come across as nostalgic yet fresh, throwback yet brand new.
Bursting with exuberance and strutting with confidence, debut single ‘Refresher’ shimmers with funk-fueled melodies, 80’s electronic instrumentation and a vibrant horn section. ‘Sweat’ follows suit, while delivering animated sonic soundscapes and fun, dance worthy rhythms. The ultimate summer bop sparked inspiration from the 90’s workout Barbie aesthetic.
A frequent theme throughout BAD’s music is an overall sense of fun, lightheartedness and self-empowerment, with the utmost desire to make people feel-good and move. Their new single “Jupiter” is a pop dance banger all about partying with our extraterrestrial friends in otter space.