MEDUZA unleash addictive new single ‘Bad Memories’: Listen
The Grammy-nominated trio MEDUZA are back on the charts with a summer hit that will be an instant smash.
Luca de Gregorio, Mattia Vitale and Simone Giani, better known as MEDUZA, are without a doubt a multi-headed monster on the house music circuit. With an unparalleled appetite for producing giant hits, they have collected multi-certified singles that stick in the minds of their fans. Good examples are the acclaimed ‘Piece Of Your’ Heart‘, ‘Lose Control‘, ‘Paradise‘, and ‘Tell It To My Heart‘. A valuable musical export from Italy, MEDUZA have built their path carrying the standard of being the only Italian artist in the Top 20 of the most listened albums of 2021 on Spotify, reaching an enviable 8 billion streams worldwide. Now, and to rock this summer, the trio release ‘Bad Memories‘, an addictive single out now on Spotify and Apple Music. And don’t let the title fool you, you’re sure to create many great memories to the sound of this hit.
To produce this single, MEDUZA teamed up with London-based producer James Cartes, the duo Fast Boy, and American singer Elley Duhé. About a week before the official release of ‘Bad Memories’ the Italian trio further increased the buzz surrounding the release by changing their profile picture on social media to the cover art for this single, the famous Medusa but dressed in gold and wearing a Mad Max style mask. The vocals are the boss on this track and the roughness and sensuality of the different ones that are voiced to the incredible lyrics are magnificent. The narrative is quite dynamic, oscillating from more bass-driven and closed, more club-like moments with other more light hovering guitar riffs. The lyrics are easy to get in your ear and memorize, guessing that very soon it will be on everyone’s lips.
The bounciness of the single makes it very danceable and hybrid, promising a good performance on the radio and also on the dancefloor. Listen to ‘Bad Memories’ below:
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