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Tungz have teamed up with Bad Sounds for their new single, 'Somebody To Get Shy With'

It's from an EP due next month.
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Published: 4:01 pm, September 23, 2020
Tungz have teamed up with Bad Sounds for their new single, 'Somebody To Get Shy With'

Tungz have teamed up with Bad Sounds for their new single, 'Somebody To Get Shy With'.

The follow-up to recent singles ‘Can’t We Just Be Friends Again’ and ‘Go Out’ - both released earlier this year - it's an immensely groovy, hook-filled number from upcoming EP 'Why Do Anything?', out 30th October via Heist Or Hit.

Speaking about the new collaboration, Tungz explain: “We’ve been fans of Bad Sounds for so long and always felt a spiritual connection to their vibe. We gradually got to know them through the Bristol scene going to each other’s shows and hanging out afterwards. So when the Tungzphone rang and the gang wanted to do a song with us we were buzzed as fuzz. We’ve only ever produced music at home so it was crazy to see the Bad Sounds mothership and sit side by side exploring new musical worlds. It was so cool to get to know the guys better, and bring into real life the connection we’d felt to them both as fans and Bristol music people. The song is about changing relationships: falling for a friend and not knowing how to deal with your new feelings.”

Bad Sounds add: “We share a lot of common ground in taste and a bit of a DIY mentality but the things we've each naturally discovered on our own that work for us are really different so we were kind of attacking the same problems but from different angles and with different techniques. Which is awesome because you learn stuff from each other and end up making something that feels unique in the process. I think when you are making stuff with people you really like and respect their taste it gives you a lot of confidence to hear them try out ideas you haven't thought of before. I think we both tread that line of not taking stuff too seriously and having fun with what we do but also being really particular about certain things.”

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