"Not So Bad" is the final of four summer singles released by UK act Johnny Kills, and they've certainly kept the best for last.
Keeping the fuzzy guitar work and garage sound of earlier tracks, "Not So Bad" has a 90s slacker-rock vibe, with frontman Tim Lloyd-Kinnings lackadaisical delivery fitting the song perfectly. Speaking on the tune Tim explained:
"'Not So Bad' is about ridiculous conversations you have with your friends at the end of a drunken night. Putting the world to rights, arguing about dumb things, "genuine" epiphanies or just chatting shit. Safe in the knowledge that nothing will have changed in the morning."
Once again produced by Alex Greaves(PLAZA, Trash, Seeing Hands), "Not So Bad" is everything that makes Johnny Kills one of the most exciting bands to come out of the UK this year.
If you like what you hear be sure to check out their previous singles here.