Bad News Club has dropped his second track, ‘Absent’

He headlines London’s Servant Jazz Quarters tomorrow, 28th February.
Bad News Club has released a new song, ‘Absent’, to coincide with this week’s London show.

The Haslemere-based singer-songwriter is following up his debut single ‘The Painter’ with the track, which precedes a night at Servant Jazz Quarters tomorrow (Wednesday 28th February). It’s released via Transgressive imprint, paradYse Records.

“‘Absent’ was written after a trip away from home, as an ode to the items I had left behind,” he explains. “Where ‘The Painter’ was recorded in one-take on my iPhone to capture what I was feeling at that exact time, this song was more complex in both its recording process and the emotions involved. I played and recorded everything over a couple of weeks, and finally everything started to make sense.”

Listen to ‘Absent’ below.

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