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Alt Pop Trio The Habits Release Catchy New Single “Robber In A Dress”

“The Habits deliver exciting indie pop full of shimmering guitars, fiery vocals, and buoyant melodies.” – Atwood Magazine
[“Robber In A Dress”]
Los Angeles, CA – September 7, 2018 – Southern California alternative pop trio The Habits have released their upbeat and catchy new single, “Robber In A Dress.” The slick production and captivating chorus showcases the band’s knack for crafting a perfect pop tune. “Robber In A Dress” premiered with Substream Magazine and can also be streamed on Soundcloud and Spotify.
“I have a problem giving my heart to people who don’t deserve it,” vocalist Wolf Bradley explained. “Relationships that are all about attention and nothing else. “Robber In A Dress” is about manipulation and betrayal. It’s about that some one who comes into your life, takes what they want, and leaves you feeling like a mannequin of who you once were. It’s lyrically dramatic and sonically flashy just like the highs and lows of love and heartbreak. We had a blast recording it for all you guys and hope you are as stoked on it as we are!”
The Habits met each other in the blue-collar town of San Pedro, just far enough away from the glamour of the Hollywood glow to be isolated. Comprised of singer/guitarist Wolf Bradley, pianist Chance Famighetti, and drummer Andrew Macatrao, The Habits ground their music in bite size melodies that are impossible to get out of your head. Their music is accompanied by slightly melancholic lyrics that tell a story of love, loss, and everything in between. Their alt/pop sound is unique to them but stems from incongruous avenues of inspiration. From Maroon 5 to Cage the Elephant, The Habits’ music makes you wanna dance and hits you hard in the feels. The three of them have grown up together in Southern California and are more like brothers than band members. Playing pretty much every bar, club, basement, and alleyway in LA, they’ve honed in on their live show skills, giving their audience a lively and fun show experience.
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