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Transviolet’s “Bad Intentions” Is For All Of Us Who Got Way Fcked Up That Our Creep Radar Broke

But it felt so right.

Photo: Courtesy of Whiteboard PR

“Never give a fuck about your bad intentions” chants Transviolet in their new single “Bad intentions.” It’s a mutation of trip hop, R&B, and synthpop where Transviolet captures the no-fucks-given mode we all been in when our partying habits massacres our neurons responsible for avoiding creeps and practicing common sense. You have to admit it though – it felt so right at that moment. And that moment only:

“I’d been listening to a lot of Beegees, Blondie and The Weeknd, and really wanted to try and write our version of a disco/dance song. We were in the studio with Nathaniel Motte from 30H!3 having the most ridiculous time just writing this song about being too fucked up to care about all the creeps creepin.” shared Transviolet’s lead vocalist Sarah.

Formed through online serendipity and high school friendship, Transviolet is a Los Angeles via New York quartet who have garnered wide acclaim from other big artists such as Katy Perry, Ellie Goulding and Harry Styles. The four have torued alongside Mikky Ekko and have played in major festivals, TV shows (The Late Late Show with James Cordon), and performed for MTV, Billinboard, and many more. The quartet is currently on their headline tour:

6/4 – Barracuda (Austin, TX, USA)

6/5 – Dada Dallas (Dallas, TX, USA)

6/9 – The Masquerade (Atlanta, GA, USA)

6/11 – Voltage Lounge (Philadelphia, PA, USA)

6/12 – Songbyrd (Washington, DC, USA)

6/13 – Middle East Upstairs (Boston, MA, USA)

6/15 – Rough Trade NYC (Brooklyn, NY, USA)

6/16 – Bug Jar (Rochester, NY, USA)

6/17 – The Basement (Columbus, OH, USA)

6/19 – Marble Bar (Detroit, MI, USA)

6/20 – Schubas (Chicago, IL, USA)

6/21 – The Garage (Burnsville, MN, USA)

6/23 – Lost Lake (Denver, CO, USA)

6/24 – Kilby Court (Salt Lake City, UT, USA)

6/27 – Columbia City Theater (Seattle, WA, USA)

6/28 – Mission Theater (Portland, OR, USA)

6/30 – Café Du Nord (San Francisco, CA, USA)

7/1 – Casbah (San Diego, CA, USA)

7/2 – The Echo (Los Angeles, CA, USA)

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