Vancouver-based duo Young Bombs returns to the release radar unveiling their newest single, ‘Bad’ featuring Discrete and Alex Hosking. Continuing the dance duo’s streak of hits, their latest offering follows their November-released ‘Key To My Heart’. Known for their unique blend of pop and electronic music, the duo has been making waves within the dance music scene, performing at major festivals including Lollapalooza and Firefly, with over 200 million streams on Spotify, the duo has amassed a dedicated following by pushing boundaries and breaking barriers with their distinct signature sound. Guaranteed to ignite dancefloors worldwide with its infectious beats and irresistible rhythm, ‘Bad’ is set for release on March 17 via Sony Music Entertainment Canada.


Immediately kicking off with an alluring female vocal cut perfectly paired alongside a funk-infused string riff, ‘Bad’ is a high-energy and electrifying production that showcases Young Bombs dynamic and energetic sound design. Within the first fifteen seconds of the track, listeners are treated to an electric, heavy-hitting drop complete with hi-hats and crashing cymbals. A driving bassline soon follows, complemented by sultry male vocals, four-on-the-floor rhythms, and explosive bass drums that will make you feel the beat in your heart. The male and female vocals blend flawlessly in the climax, creating an irresistible dance floor vibe. 

To complement the release of ‘Bad’, Young Bombs will unveil on March 31 a vibrant music video to accompany their latest offering, and it is a retro, groovy delight. The captivating visual accompaniment directed by Matthew Laeng takes us back to the soulful 70’s, depicting the duo dressed in funky outfits that perfectly capture the era’s vibe. Throughout the video, we get glimpses of the duo living their best lives, with shots captured on a handheld camera that add to the authenticity of the retro theme. The music video perfectly captures the essence of the track, with its groovy beats and sultry vocals flawlessly complementing the vintage 70’s inspired aesthetic.

The release of ‘Bad’ marks another milestone for Young Bombs, leaving listeners eagerly anticipating what the duo has planned next. With their unique blend of irresistible beats and infectious energy, Young Bombs has established themselves as a major force within the dance music space. The latest to come from the duo is just the beginning of what promises to be an exciting year for the shining talents, as they continue to push the boundaries of their sound and capture the hearts of dance music fans worldwide. Gearing up for an exciting year ahead, fans can expect more electrifying productions from the Young Bombs in the near future, and they won’t want to miss a beat.

ABOUT YOUNG BOMBS –  Vancouver-based duo Young Bombs has had an exhilarating start to their career, making the bold leap from remixers to DJs/Producers. Driven by a personal and creative chemistry forged back in Vancouver high school, the best friends turned DJ-duo have amassed nearly 200 million streams in four years across all music platforms. Bringing their career to new heights, they have lent their talents to everyone from Nick Jonas, Selena Gomez, and Lady Gaga to Billie Eilish, Post MaloneKhalid, and Bazzi. Having taken over TikTok with their “How to Trigger…”  trend, Young Bombs returned last year with single “Summer in Brooklyn” featuring Los Angeles singer-songwriter JORDY, followed by their March hit ‘U Up?’ featuring Stondon Massey. Their highly successful hits have garnered attention from the likes of TiestoOliver Heldens, and Don Diablo. Simultaneously, they have graced the stages of blockbuster festivals such as LollapaloozaFirefly Music Festival, and The Billboard Hot 100 Festival. Not to mention they have supported The ChainsmokersGalantisR3hab, and Adventure Club on tour around the globe and launched a coveted residency at Drai’s Beachclub in Las Vegas.