Saloni Jaisingh | October 2017
Los Angeles natives, Bad Suns, have just embarked on another tour in support of their sophomore album, Disappear Here. The band’s rise to success dates back to the 2014 after they proceeded their support on The 1975’s Spring tour with the release of their debut album, Language & Perspective.
With clever lyrics and unique elements of guitar-pop, Bad Suns’ catchy tunes captured the hearts of many alternative music fans, and their singles, “Cardiac Arrest” and “Salt” took over airways. Two years later, they relieved patiently awaiting fans with the release of Disappear Here.
Staying true to their groovy Southern California sound, Disappear Here also carries a new edge of angst hearable in tunes such as "Maybe We're Meant to Be Alone" and "How Am I Not Myself". Themes of self identity, love, heartbreak, and desire are emulated in Disappear Here, symbolizing the band’s evolution from their first record.