Latest posts by Dave Franklin (see all)
- March – DateMonthYear (single review) - March 9, 2018
- What You Make of It – The Sad Song Co. (Single Review) - March 5, 2018
- Gut Splinter – Nova Flares (Single Review) - February 28, 2018
Bad Faith/Good Faith is a perfect example of his musical artisanship blending pop addictions to rock muscle but this time employing just enough dance floor sass and swagger to keep things fresh. But if his music is straight to the point, supple and subtle, the lyrics are less so, taking a leaf out of Jean Paul Sartre’s mindful musings but still managing to make the whole thing sound as infectious as hell.
This second single from his current album, The Last One, is both a typical slice of GCB goodness and a slight step in a new direction, proving once more that he is the master of the straight to the point song no matter what generic ingredients he choses to throw into the pot. Nice!