Bad Machines have emerged on to the rock scene with brand new single "A Life Of Chasing Butterflies". The four piece is made up of the remaining members of They Say Fall who called it a day earlier this year. When guitarist Kyle Leeman left TSF the members took the opportunity to start afresh and Bad Machines was born as a fresh start.
The bands new single "A Life Of Chasing Butterflies" is an intense high-flyer with soaring vocals and passion all round. It provides a promising starting point and the tenacity and raw grit behind what the band have produced is quite something.
On the new single guitarist Brad Bishell says: "Bad Machines represents perseverance, unity and strength. Behind this band there is more than just flesh. Behind this band there is an idea, and ideas are bulletproof."
Check out the brand new single "A Life Of Chasing Butterflies" and its accompanying video below:
The band haven't been messing around either with shows coming in fast and a slot on this years 2Q Festival line up too!
Make sure to catch Bad Machines at a show!