If you’ve been yearning for a shot of unadulterated rock energy, DanceToFelix is here to deliver. Led by the enigmatic singer-songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Ben Felix Mironer, the LA-based outfit is back with their fiery second single, Bad Behavior, out today!
Building upon the success of their 2022 single and video, Love Is Blind, DanceToFelix continues to channel timeless rock influences while creating music that feels both nostalgic and resolutely modern. Bad Behavior is a heady alt-rock joyride, drenched in kinetic punk-rock energy, and it’s ready to set your speakers ablaze. From the get-go, Bad Behavior grabs you by the collar with Ben’s commanding voice and doesn’t let go. The track’s aggressive-yet-catchy arrangement, featuring mangled synths and lightning-quick blues-based guitar riffs, is an immediate earworm. It’s rock music at its most infectious, and it dares you to embrace your rebellious side.

But the sonic assault is only part of the equation. The accompanying music video is a surreal adventure, reminiscent of a Guy Ritchie film. Picture this: two fed-up employees, one kidnapped boss, and a wild escape from the law. It’s a rollercoaster ride through a neglected blue-collar man’s hidden fantasy world, brought to life with impressive editing, vintage visual effects, and edgy art direction. This video is a visual feast and an exhilarating thrill ride. Felix himself sums it up best: “Bad Behavior is an attempt to flip the script. I want to make ‘going against the grain’ feel a little less scary.”

The song’s unabashedly direct lyrics and unapologetic spirit encourage listeners to shatter societal expectations and embrace their true selves. But the excitement doesn’t stop there. The Dancetofelix EP, set to drop on October 29th, promises more of that punk attitude, addictive hooks, and authentically raw lyrics. It’s a journey through self-discovery, transcending expectations, and embracing untainted individualism. This EP is an anthem for young adults navigating a world that always seems on the verge of chaos.