Worcester wins big at Night 2 of the Rock And Roll Rumble! With only debut single “Sleeper” under their belt and out for the masses to date, Not Bad Not Well was kind of the underdog going into their Rumble preliminary round, right? Right. And like the best underdog stories, the Worcester outfit was the one to triumph and snag that coveted crown at the end of the night. They give out crowns to the winners, yeah?
But I digress!
The worst part of seeing a rising band live with not much out there yet is that you can’t just go home and replay the set from what’s streaming. In the case of Not Bad Not Well, though, lone single “Sleeper” is the kind of track that has the substance and sustainability that guarantees listeners can listen to it over and over and OVER AGAIN without fear of fatigue.
Everything old is new again and Not Bad Not Well has managed to tap into that early aughts vibe on debut single “Sleeper” with a track that’s expansive in the way the most epic At The Drive-In tracks used to be coupled with a vocalist whose got some Matt Bellamy meets Thom Yorke pipes going for them and which shines through a maelstrom of driving drums and swirling guitar lines.
“Sleeper” is available now to stream and download at all your favorite locations of that sort which can be found alongside all the essential social media links by clicking here.
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