Nasty Habit Debut “Don’t Bring Me Down” Video
November 11, 2014
New York’s Nasty Habit have released a video for “Don’t Bring me Down”, the second from their recent EP ‘Desperate Times, Desperate Measures’ — currently available for purchase at www.nastyhabitkills.com.
Brothers Kenny and Tommy Ende started Nasty Habit in 2011 after finding two kindred spirits in drummer David Jordan and bassist Frank Wheeler (who was just 16 at the time). Since then, the band has played hundreds of shows across the US, released a self-titled full-length CD, and were runners-up for the Grammy Gig-Of-A-Lifetime contest in 2013. Nasty Habit’s fan base is international thanks to YouTube, where with over 200,000 video views it’s easy to find covers of Nasty Habit songs by bands in South America and beyond.
With their new EP ‘Desperate Times, Desperate Measures’, Nasty Habit believes that they have achieved their first goal of putting their own modern stamp on the sound they have embraced. They chose NYC-based rock producer Stacy O’Dell to help them achieve this and the result is loud, over-the-top and in-your-face hooky hard rock that doesn’t sound like it was recorded 20 years ago.
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