Twin Sister's Woozy "Bad Street" Is A Cool Song For A Hot Day

Twin Sister's Woozy "Bad Street" Is A Cool Song For A Hot Day
Shawn Brackbill

The Brooklyn quintet Twin Sister will release their first full-length In Heaven on September 27, but the first taste, the burbling, sugary "Bad Street," is tailor-made for a steamy day like today. Lead singer Andrea Estella sweetly asks for her paramour to feed her stories and promises over a synth line that's part Human League, part pitter-patter—when she says "I want it bad" over and over while the music simmers underneath, her infatuation is so audible it's almost dizziness-inducing. (Also, maybe it's just me, but I hear a bit of a callback to the intro for Neneh Cherry's "Kisses On The Wind" in the vocal looped underneath said declaration?) Clip after the jump.

Twin Sister headlines Music Hall of Williamsburg on June 18 as part of the Northside Festival; Allo Darlin', Ava Luna and Gabriel and the Hounds open.


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