Premiere: Bad Decisions bring the summer vibes with I Got You
The Australian electronic duo are one of the country's biggest international exports in dance music - and they aren't going anywhere.
While they may not be a name on everyone's lips like some of the country's other international heavyweights, Bad Decisions are one of the country's biggest dance music exports around, crafting themselves as cult-like fanbase - including some of the genre's biggest names, like Martin Garrix and Alison Wonderland - through a consistent stream of singles since their early work way back in 2015. They've released through some of dance music's most notorious labels - Dim Mak a recent stand-out - and they're weapons on the live circuit too; Bad Decisions are multi-disciplinary heavy-hitters of dance music, and the world is catching on.
Over the years, they've built themselves a name as a source of consistently great dance music, something that doesn't seem to be slowing down in 2019 with two singles thus far - Escape Plan and I Feel It - showing how far their soundscape and experimentation can go, building on their past sounds to open new directions and new scopes to keep things fresh. Over time, their distinct electronic sound has been morphed with elements of hip-hop, trap and even pop, bringing in new energies that on their new single, I Got You, seem to be paying off.
I Got You is a warm summer hit that focuses on an uplifting brightness, bringing together those aforementioned qualities of that classic dance music sound and hip-hop as they bring in the warmer months through twinkling synth melodies and that perfect amount of bass to tie it all together - something they've become more than pros at over the years. "Itʼs about having an undeniable bond with someone," they say on the track. "Someone that elevates you and doesnʼt judge you, but helps you on your path and pushes you to be someone better."
There's plenty more to come, but in the meantime, dive into I Got You below ahead of its full release this Friday:
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