Feature: The Anatomy of 'Fire' with Bad Flamingo

Monday, August 5, 2019
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Our new fave enigmatic masked duo Bad Flamingo recently shared their enticing track 'Fire'. The captivating single sees the duo mix influences from classic Americana and R&B, and it's incredibly dreamy. 'Fire' also features raspy vocals and a rhythm that lures you in as soon as you hear it. Bad Flamingo is on the rise and we're incredibly excited to hear more from them. Learn more about the single with the duo below.

We wrote ‘Fire’… for Elvis, or a version of.

‘Fire’ is about... really, really, really wantin’.

Our favorite lyric is… “Sunshine, put some lines on my face”

It was made... with 40’s mics, thrift shop amps that smell like they’re burning, and all the lyrics were written during one drawn-out couch sitting. The couch is blue velvet.

Our main inspiration was… Elvis, or a version of.

It sounds best... at 3:00am with a mask and a black hat on.

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