Bad Nerves announce self-titled debut album

Plus, check out new single Baby Drummer, out now. 

Bad Nervees have announced their highly anticipated self-titled debut album, set for release 23 October via Killing Moon Records with their exuberant new video for Baby Drummer (directed and produced by the band’s own very own Bobby Nerves).

This hi-octane debut explores familiar human experiences filtered through a nihilistic lens, touching upon the anxieties of lost youth, in the never-ending pursuit of self-improvement and the justification of existence. All of these matters are perpetuated by the backdrop of futile modern distractions and disheartening comparisons drawn through the illusions of social media.

Loud, fast and packed with undeniably infectious hooks, Bad Nerves’ latest offering, Baby Drummer is overflowing with more than enough frenetic punk rock energy to fuel your summer. Bad Nerves are back doing what they do best.

“Baby Drummer is about longing for something exciting to happen in music again. For a band or an artist to come along and totally change the game. For a new subculture to emerge championing guitar music again as it has in the past. This record’s been a long time coming, and it’s cool to be releasing it with like-minded people at Killing Moon!” says Bobby Nerves.

Bad Nerves are a 5-piece Powerpop-RocknRoll band from East London. The bastard child of a Ramones/Strokes a one-night stand that play ferociously fast distorted pop songs, packed with earworm hooks and melodies.

The band drew acclaim with their previous releases ‘Dreaming’, ‘Radio Punk’, & ‘Can’t Be Mine’ (released through UK label National Anthem), catching the attention of a host of BBC Radio 1 DJs including Dan P Carter, Clara Amfo, Huw Stephens, Phil Taggart and Annie Mac – who made ‘Can’t Be Mine’ one of her coveted ‘New Names’ picks.

Dubbed the ‘200 miles-an-hour Supergrass’ by Gary Crowley at BBC Radio London, Bad Nerves are looking to set a new standard for adrenaline-fuelled pop-rock music. Wrapping up the end of 2019 with some notable performances at Reading, Leeds and Lowlands festival. Bad Nerves are set to make their mark with this stunning debut.