Premiere: Patch Kid's "Bad at Friends"

Patch Kid is the Indie/Math Rock brainchild of Brooklyn-based musician Sam Palumbo.

His music is described as 'weirdo guitar riffs and bummer lyrics written in a windowless Brooklyn bedroom' - which is pretty spot-on. And we can't get enough. We are proud to have him as part of the Treble community. And we're super excited to premiere his latest offering, "Bad at Friends"

Mostly written in the brutal winter of 2015, the songs on "Bad at Friends" are a reflection of Palumbo’s transition from Philadelphia to NYC, and the malaise that can accompany adapting to a new place while trying to hang on to old relationships.

The album was recorded and mixed at the Gallery Recording Studio by Jon Markson (Such Gold/Taking Meds), and features the frenetic, lyrical drumming of Matt Covey (Such Gold/Shai Halud).

Check it out here, and let us know what you think!

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