Watch: Dolce Blue - Nothing Bad

Watch: Dolce Blue - Nothing Bad

Check out the Boorloo / Perth indie pop quartet’s first new music in a year and its fun, tongue-in-cheek music video

Nearly a year on from their dreamy single, the appropriately titled Dreamcatcher (that we premiered last year and saw support from community radio as well as Triple J), Dolce Blue are back with the hypnotic cut of alt-rock meets indie-pop that is Nothing Bad. 

Owing its mesmerising nature to a motorik rhythm section, Nothing Bad adds shimmering guitars to the mix alongside frontwoman Veronica Zurzolo’s smoky vocals. 

I think I was riding my bike when I wrote this song” shares Zurzolo "It was a cold morning, or maybe I was just cold, and I had just tried to water my sad and small excuse of a front lawn patch when the elderly lady next door yelled to me that it’s not my water day, I wasn’t sure because I was just going off what the previous tenant had communicated to me. Anyway, I packed away the hose then was riding to work or uni, there was a lot going through my head / a lot happening around me at the time and the melody and lyrics just started playing in my internal dialogue as the rhythm of my rusty old bike chain churned. It kind of just stuck with me and as soon as I got home I wrote it all out.” 

Check out Nothing Bad and its fun-filled narrative fuelled video (directed by Zurzolo), out today via Blue Grey Pink!


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