Beard Jams: Nursery Rhymes by Bad Cardigan

Hey everyone! I’m back! You may be asking yourself, hey, you already posted for today?! What are you doing? Well, I have some time right now, so why not do some more posts? Without further adieu, here is “Nursery Rhymes” by Bad Cardigan!

I’m really digging the feel of the song. It’s very fitting for a quiet night and with rain falling outside. It’s a nice Indie Folk feel. The two guitar parts are nice as well. Simple, but very effective.

Another thing I’m liking are the lyrics. Straight from their bandcamp page, which you should check out, “I hope you know I miss you. And that I do and will continue to think of you. Yet my insides sometimes twinge when your name is mentioned.” Very beautiful stuff. We’ve all had those lost relationships, or deaths of loved ones that we can relate too.

Additionally, the lead singers voice is pretty nice as well. Very fitting for this style of music and song. You can definitely hear the emotion in his voice. I always love hearing singers that actually care about what they are singing.

Overall, this is a very nice Indie/ Acoustic Folk song. Everything combined; the guitars, the voices, the lyrics were all lovely when combined together. Check these guys out. Lots of good sounds coming from these guys.

Don’t just take my word for it. Listen to it, and see what you think! Take care everyone.

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One Response to Beard Jams: Nursery Rhymes by Bad Cardigan

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