Australian electronic music duo Bad Decisions ignites the airwaves on Valentine’s Day to bless their fans with a massive dance anthem “Looking For You”. The track glitters with imagination and forward-thinking production techniques while consistently pushing the boundaries of what electronic music is.
‘Looking For You’ resembles the feeling of the romantic, yet mysterious yearning of finding your other half whilst knowing he, she or it is almost within reach. Their almost futuristic sounds build further on their previous releases ‘I Got You’, ‘I Feel It’ and ‘Escape Plan’.
The dynamic duo has a way of creating colorful records that feel authentic and fresh. With plenty of infectious releases and festival performances planned for this year, Bad Decisions is a name that is sure to dominate the electronic genre and beyond. They are set to make an impact on the international music scene and take their rightful place as one of the most exciting emerging artists of the year.
The duo has been working hard recently and will be doing guest mixes this month for the famous Annie Nightingale on BBC Radio 1 and Radio 1Xtra, as well as Tigerlily’s ‘Tiger Radio’. Furthermore the duo is currently working on a live setup for their shows which includes Cameron on the vocals, Andrew playing guitar and a third band member on the drums which will be revealed later this year.
Bad Decisions came in the electronic music scene by storm in 2017 and 2018 with releases on STMPD RCRDS, Musical Freedom and Dim Mak Records among others, including an official remix of Martin Garrix’ “So Far Away”. Capping over 6 million plays on Spotify, the pair are known for their hard hitting, ground shaking bass music as well as their ability to create heartfelt & melodic dance hits. Their style is an infusion of hip hop and dance culture that blends to create the diverse sound they present. Coming from musical backgrounds, they both bring different abilities to the table such as Andrew being a multi-instrumentalist and Cameron providing unique, raspy vocals on many of their newest tracks, in which have been supported by the likes of Martin Garrix, Tiesto & Steve Aoki.