Bad Cop - "Maniac" Video (PopMatters Premiere)

by PopMatters Staff

20 June 2011

Nashville's Bad Cop continue their parade of singles with the brand new platter, "Maniac". Bad Cop frontman Adam Anyone says the video "is about living in the South, where the people who are supposed to be watching out for you are often out to get you."
 

Nashville’s Bad Cop continue their parade of singles with the brand new platter, “Maniac”. This follows the recent “I’m in Lust With You” and “Control”, both of which we previously premiered on PopMatters. The band played NXNE this past weekend, as well as a gig in Brooklyn last week. A new 7-inch single by the band is on the way this summer. Meanwhile, we have this new video, the third that the group has produced with Nashville filmmaker Seth Graves. Bad Cop frontman Adam Anyone says the video “is about living in the South, where the people who are supposed to be watching out for you are often out to get you.” Scary stuff.

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