Photo by: Sarah Louise Bennett
Canadian singer-songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist known as BAD CHILD releases his latest project, I today with 21 Entertainment and Universal Music Canada alongside Capitol Records stateside and Virgin Records in the UK. I is presented as a couplet of two brand new tracks; “Candy” and “Behave” and is the first installment of a series of new releases over the course of the year.

“Candy”, featuring Ryan Chambers, is included as part of the track listing of the original soundtrack for the upcoming Netflix film To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You, the sequel to the most-watched Netflix film of 2018 – To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before. BAD CHILD appears on the soundtrack as the only Canadian artist with other songs by Chaz Cardigan, Marina, Sofi Tukker and more. On the soundtrack, BAD CHILD comments, “I’m proud to be a part of Michael Fimognari’s film! It’s wonderful to see so much representation on the big screen and I’m glad I can add my voice to his project!” The album To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You is out now – listen to it here - while the film makes its Netflix debut on February 12.

BAD CHILD’s eccentric music and unique vision landed him on the festival circuit last summer playing some of the world’s most prestigious line ups including; Lollapalooza, Glastonbury, Reading & Leeds and Osheaga. This year is no different as he gears up to join grandson for three Canadian shows in Toronto Montreal and Kingston then heads out with German recording artist NoMBe for 27 dates across North America.

BAD CHILD is an artist looking to come to terms with his childhood and his upbringing. After losing his mother at a young age and dealing with heartbreak, he sought refuge from the world in music. Since then he's been breaking new ground with his genre bending and distinguished sound palette. Last year, he released his debut EP Sign Up and became one of Canada’s most exciting exports; profiled in Wonderland Magazine, Complex, HillyDilly, Sidewalk Hustle, Atwood Magazine and the Toronto Star. BAD CHILD's first radio single "Breathing Fire" peaked at top five on alternative radio in Canada plus he has been nominated for 2019 SOCAN Songwriting Prize alongside Dilly Dally, grandson and Kaytranda and was recently chosen as one of 33 artists selected for the Music Video Production (MVP) Project sponsored by RBC and the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television.


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