The seamless creative process behind “Bad Ones“—wherein Matthew Dear discovered a loop that he thought would be a great fit for Tegan and Sara, and they returned a verse and chorus within a day—beams brightly through the track. There’s a beautiful ease to this electro-pop tune. Matthew Dear wears many hats in the music world—from artist to music producer and DJ. Here, he employs this broad awareness of what comes together to make a catchy, but rich song.
Matthew Dear feat. Tegan and Sara: Bad Ones