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Smith & Myers Release Dual Songs "Bad At Love" & Re-Imagining of "Bad Guy"

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Smith & Myers have released dual songs from their newly-announced full-length album Smith & Myers Volume 2 out October 23 via Atlantic Record.

September 27, 2020


Smith & Myers – the duo comprised of multi-platinum artists Brent Smith and Zach Myers – have released dual songs from their newly-announced full-length album Smith & Myers Volume 2 out October 23 via Atlantic Records, that will follow the release of Volume 1 on October 9. Original track “Bad At Love” is a vulnerable and personal song about the difficulties of staying in a romantic relationship when you have a gypsy heart, full of clean guitar coils and finger-snaps, and is accompanied by a brand new video directed by Sanjay Parikh.



“Bad At Love” is paired with the release of a grungy, re-imagined version of Billie Eilish’s “Bad Guy.”

“‘Bad At Love’ was one of the very first original songs to be written for the project. I think ultimately the song was born from my own romantic relationships. When I love someone, I love them fully, and sometimes the passion can be too much. I always know when it’s time to move on. That being said, I am extremely grateful that I am still very good friends with the ladies I have loved, and still love, to this day,” shares Brent.

“‘Bad at Love’ was one of the first original songs we wrote for this album ... lyrically Brent was writing about things in his life that maybe we wouldn’t really touch on with Shinedown and I think it came out to be an incredibly naked and honest song. And I think ‘Bad Guy’ turned out very cool – it’s a nice bluesy version of the song,” says Zach.

The new songs and the announcement of Volume 2 comes on the heels of Smith & Myers’ recent release of their original single “Not Mad Enough,” which was written in the immediate aftermath of George Floyd’s death, expressing the intense emotions that followed and laying bare a plea for racial justice through direct and urgent lyrics over acoustic guitar.






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Smith & Myers Release Dual Songs "Bad At Love" & Re-Imagining of "Bad Guy"

September 27, 2020

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Smith & Myers have released dual songs from their newly-announced full-length album Smith & Myers Volume 2 out October 23 via Atlantic Record.

Smith & Myers – the duo comprised of multi-platinum artists Brent Smith and Zach Myers – have released dual songs from their newly-announced full-length album Smith & Myers Volume 2 out October 23 via Atlantic Records, that will follow the release of Volume 1 on October 9. Original track “Bad At Love” is a vulnerable and personal song about the difficulties of staying in a romantic relationship when you have a gypsy heart, full of clean guitar coils and finger-snaps, and is accompanied by a brand new video directed by Sanjay Parikh.



“Bad At Love” is paired with the release of a grungy, re-imagined version of Billie Eilish’s “Bad Guy.”

“‘Bad At Love’ was one of the very first original songs to be written for the project. I think ultimately the song was born from my own romantic relationships. When I love someone, I love them fully, and sometimes the passion can be too much. I always know when it’s time to move on. That being said, I am extremely grateful that I am still very good friends with the ladies I have loved, and still love, to this day,” shares Brent.

“‘Bad at Love’ was one of the first original songs we wrote for this album ... lyrically Brent was writing about things in his life that maybe we wouldn’t really touch on with Shinedown and I think it came out to be an incredibly naked and honest song. And I think ‘Bad Guy’ turned out very cool – it’s a nice bluesy version of the song,” says Zach.

The new songs and the announcement of Volume 2 comes on the heels of Smith & Myers’ recent release of their original single “Not Mad Enough,” which was written in the immediate aftermath of George Floyd’s death, expressing the intense emotions that followed and laying bare a plea for racial justice through direct and urgent lyrics over acoustic guitar.


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