Play this Bad Flamingo record more than once

Photo: Courtesy of the artists

On the first of January, masked musical duo Bad Flamingo released a song called ‘Devil and the Deep Blue’. The music begins, and its intro thrusts you into the middle of nowhere, and suddenly—it is unbearably hot; sweat beads drop and form a trail on the curves of your face and back, and as the hot air blows, one can hear rattlesnakes shaking from a distance. If you enjoy watching movies set in specific times and places, you would know where a song like this would fit. Outside of reading how others feel about their music, there isn’t much personal information available. Every interview question we’ve read seems carefully answered and leaning towards a “mind your business, please” gesture.


It’s hard to tell if they’re looking for stardom or if this is a passion project, but whatever it is, I like it. Therefore, without haste, check out the illustrative track on SubmitHub’s new chart for popular tunes. And if you want to read more about “the mysterious Country Western Noir-Rock duo”, visit Music Mecca online for more.

Written by Richardine Bartee

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