A Band Called Sad

NYC-based alternative rock band that plays upbeat songs and performs lyrics about their sadness, hopes, and desires. Alternative band A Band Called SAD (or SAD) has released their new EP “A Band Called Sad,”. The EP contains three singles that showcase SAD’s innovative vibe through an array of arrangements. The uptempo pop-rock head banger “Mambo #6” plays on Lou Bega’s hit “Mambo No. 5” to mask nostalgic lust. “God / Love / America” uses a brooding trip hop beat to fuse patriotic disappointment with clever poetry (“God bless the red, black, and blue”). Finally, “Bleachers” sits listeners down to a downtempo, jazzy lovemaker that showcases Marcy’s smooth falsetto. The band consists of front men Marlon Marcy and Taylor Crawford and a number of alternating instrumentalists. SAD’s influences include Radiohead, The Smiths, The Talking Heads, Jeff Buckley, RHCP, and American Football. Modern comparisons include Neon Trees, Panic at the Disco!, Twenty One Pilots and Arctic Monkeys. Aspiring musicians Marlon Marcy and Taylor Crawford attended an open mic in NYC where they met over a shared romantic interest. After receiving positive feedback about their chemistry from attendees, they set off to find other musicians who would help drive the unique sound they hoped to cultivate. Their efforts eventually came to be A Band Called Sad, now signed with 7 Crown Records. Despite their name, New York band SAD is anything but that. With an upbeat sound, and an abundance of irony, the band can turn your head within a few notes. The quirkiness of the band doesn’t end at their name, but rather lives in just about everything they do.
The band was featured in recently released Lifoti's June 2019 influencer issue, you can check it from below link's for your country:

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