Bad Love is the title track and first single to be taken from the new album by indie-poppers Summer Camp. Lyrically it deals with the anxieties of a burgeoning relationship told in the way of a classic ‘80s John Hughes film. Musically, it’s a catchy piece of guitar-driven, synth drenched, melodic indie-pop.
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I'll give you a clue. Look at the title...particularly pay attention to the first word. It desperately, desperately wants to be MGMT's 'Time to Pretend' but has no idea how to do it so settles for a squiggly synth pattern and some gloopy keyboards and hopes for the best. Positives? It's still by far the best thing on the album. They have a habit of self describing...see earlier album.
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