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Bad Nerves - Still Nervous / The second album by Bad Nerves, Still Nervous, contains the singles Antidote, USA and Don't Stop. Recently toured USA with Royal Blood. The bastard child of a Ramones/Strokes one night stand, Bad Nerves play ferociously fast distorted pop songs and drew acclaim with their previous releases 'Dreaming', 'Baby Drummer', & 'Can't Be Mine'. It would appear to be in the DNA of rock music, particularly punk music, that the music itself happens by some kind of happy accident. Nothing truer could be said of the Essex five piece speed punk band. For frontman Bobby, the formation of the band itself was an unintentional happenstance that just wound up taking off in unexpected but very exciting directions. Did band life choose Bad Nerves or did Bad Nerves choose band life? It's hard to say. On the eve of releasing their second album, the brilliantly titled Still Nervous, the boys are still reeling from their surprise success. Their self-made, self-funded debut put them in the hearts and minds of the cream of the alternative crop in 2020; from tastemakers such as Dan P Carter to Alyx Holcombe, and from peers like Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong to Pearl Jam's Stone Gossard, Bad Nerves were instantaneously heralded with the poisoned chalice of saviours of a type of punk that promises to never die. They've toured with Royal Blood and The Darkness, and have drawn comparisons to Supergrass, the Ramones and Jay Reatard. And despite all that, their pop rock is a unique - and very fast - whack over the head that reminds us all of the future life left in hell-raising loud and fast music. Their second LP, Still Nervous, is due for release Spring 2024. The future is loud for Bad Nerves. They proactively seek to make the type of in-your-face, opposite-of-sterile, rock music that the genre was built on. They want to play as much as they can for as long as possible, in the hope of inspiring the next generation, before it's too late. It feels as though they have arrived just in time.
Bad Nerves - Still Nervous / The second album by Bad Nerves, Still Nervous, contains the singles Antidote, USA and Don't Stop. Recently toured USA with Royal Blood. The bastard child of a Ramones/Strokes one night stand, Bad Nerves play ferociously fast distorted pop songs and drew acclaim with their previous releases 'Dreaming', 'Baby Drummer', & 'Can't Be Mine'. It would appear to be in the DNA of rock music, particularly punk music, that the music itself happens by some kind of happy accident. Nothing truer could be said of the Essex five piece speed punk band. For frontman Bobby, the formation of the band itself was an unintentional happenstance that just wound up taking off in unexpected but very exciting directions. Did band life choose Bad Nerves or did Bad Nerves choose band life? It's hard to say. On the eve of releasing their second album, the brilliantly titled Still Nervous, the boys are still reeling from their surprise success. Their self-made, self-funded debut put them in the hearts and minds of the cream of the alternative crop in 2020; from tastemakers such as Dan P Carter to Alyx Holcombe, and from peers like Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong to Pearl Jam's Stone Gossard, Bad Nerves were instantaneously heralded with the poisoned chalice of saviours of a type of punk that promises to never die. They've toured with Royal Blood and The Darkness, and have drawn comparisons to Supergrass, the Ramones and Jay Reatard. And despite all that, their pop rock is a unique - and very fast - whack over the head that reminds us all of the future life left in hell-raising loud and fast music. Their second LP, Still Nervous, is due for release Spring 2024. The future is loud for Bad Nerves. They proactively seek to make the type of in-your-face, opposite-of-sterile, rock music that the genre was built on. They want to play as much as they can for as long as possible, in the hope of inspiring the next generation, before it's too late. It feels as though they have arrived just in time.
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Still Nervous
Artist: Bad Nerves
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Don't Stop
2. Antidote
3. USA
4. You've Got The Nerve
5. Plastic Rebel
6. Sorry
7. Television
8. Jimmy The Punk
9. Alright 1
10. You Should Know By Now 1
11. Too Lazy To Love 1
12. The Kids Will Never Have Their Say

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Bad Nerves - Still Nervous / The second album by Bad Nerves, Still Nervous, contains the singles Antidote, USA and Don't Stop. Recently toured USA with Royal Blood. The bastard child of a Ramones/Strokes one night stand, Bad Nerves play ferociously fast distorted pop songs and drew acclaim with their previous releases 'Dreaming', 'Baby Drummer', & 'Can't Be Mine'. It would appear to be in the DNA of rock music, particularly punk music, that the music itself happens by some kind of happy accident. Nothing truer could be said of the Essex five piece speed punk band. For frontman Bobby, the formation of the band itself was an unintentional happenstance that just wound up taking off in unexpected but very exciting directions. Did band life choose Bad Nerves or did Bad Nerves choose band life? It's hard to say. On the eve of releasing their second album, the brilliantly titled Still Nervous, the boys are still reeling from their surprise success. Their self-made, self-funded debut put them in the hearts and minds of the cream of the alternative crop in 2020; from tastemakers such as Dan P Carter to Alyx Holcombe, and from peers like Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong to Pearl Jam's Stone Gossard, Bad Nerves were instantaneously heralded with the poisoned chalice of saviours of a type of punk that promises to never die. They've toured with Royal Blood and The Darkness, and have drawn comparisons to Supergrass, the Ramones and Jay Reatard. And despite all that, their pop rock is a unique - and very fast - whack over the head that reminds us all of the future life left in hell-raising loud and fast music. Their second LP, Still Nervous, is due for release Spring 2024. The future is loud for Bad Nerves. They proactively seek to make the type of in-your-face, opposite-of-sterile, rock music that the genre was built on. They want to play as much as they can for as long as possible, in the hope of inspiring the next generation, before it's too late. It feels as though they have arrived just in time.
        
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