Most innovative bands try to approach rock music like modern art—they strive to accomplish what's never been accomplished. Spoken-word interludes? Cool. Stuttery, electronic beats that sound like harsh noise covers of Captain Beefheart? Great. A guy beatboxing over your indie ballad? Why not. But all the experiments and attempts at pushing the bounds of the genre doesn't mean that a good old-fashioned blues groove and some cock-rock vocals aren't still a good time. Nashville's Bad Cop understands that.
Their new song, "Green Eyes," is structured around a catchy riff and singer Adam Moult's wailing vocals that harken back to a time when rock vocalists actually cared about having chops.
Check out more from the band here.