BAD WITH PHONES‘ debut “Needles” is a very special track driven by a singular voice and a smart craft of varied inspirations.
In between London and Berlin, singer-songwriter and producer BAD WITH PHONES composes music which seems to challenge labels. On his remarkable debut “Needles,” the former hacker turns some folk, pop and soul influences into a lo-fi, DIY gem which reminds us of Frank Ocean and The Streets amongst others. There’s a certain strength and beauty in this simplicity. But BAD WITH PHONES has also a singular voice even if he is not ready yet to take all the credits for it. On Pigeons & Planes, where the track was premiered, he explained:
Before adding about the meaning of his debut “Needles”:
Keep BAD WITH PHONES on your radar and watch the Otis Dominique-visuals of his debut “Needles” below.