We are absolutely delighted to be able to present the video for The Villa's brand new, and long-awaited, track 'Bad For Me'.
The song picks up where 2020's 'Turning Point' and 'Ritual Abuse' left off and then launches into the stratosphere via corrosively chugging riffs and pitch-perfect melodies aplenty, with Michael Bohn showcasing his silken and savage vocal range.
It is as harsh as it is harmonious, the perfect crossroad for the band to exist at.
It is also an anthem in every sense of the word, a statement of intent of what is to come, and a firm reminder that you should be paying very close attention to The Villa from here on out.
Michael had this to say about it:
"The song “Bad for Me” was actually the first song we ended up writing and recording with Kile Odell and Zach Williams. I feel like it’s sort of a rare thing when a band ends up using the first song they record in the studio as the first single. I remember finishing it up and immediately thinking that we really had something special and strong. We had finally found/dialed in our sound with “Bad For Me.”
And here it is:
The track is taken from the band's debut EP 'Savior Self', which will be released on July 22 via Velocity Records.
The artwork looks like this:
And the tracklisting looks like this:
01. Bad For Me
02. Collision Course
03. All In
04. Let You Down
05. Savior Self
Until you get to here more of that, here is 'Turning Point':