New York-located indie/alt-pop band The Classic Kids has released the infectious single Better Days, a follow-up to a debut EP that received critical accolades.
The Classic Kids was formed in 2013 in Brooklyn, a four-piece of Eric James (bass, vocals), Matty Boy (guitar, vocals), Max Dean (guitar), and Mikey G (drums). They’ve been rising high with their vintage rock ‘n’ roll sound wrapped up in catchy pop song structures.
Better Days is a perfect example of this, an anthemic indie pop tune with a retro-rock feel. The band members teamed up with renowned producers Shep Goodman and Aaron Accetta of Dirty Canvas for this uplifting track.
The video focuses on the band members roaming through New York City, doing good deeds and spreading feel-good vibes. The song and video are sure to warm the hearts of those who want to showcase the positive, instead of dwelling on the negative.
“During these hard times of political differences, we wanted to create lyrics that can just take your mind away from all that and give you something to feel good about.” explains Boy.
Written by: Jen Dan