deM atlaS Drops ‘Bad Actress’ Album

blame it on Shake October 19, 2018

After a two month campaign of sharing singles and a visual EP called Bad Loves Company, deM atlaS is officially back in action with his new album, Bad Actress.

Produced entirely by Ant of Atmosphere, the album’s title derives from the St. Paul, MN native’s inability to hide his true feelings, and he’s packed the project with unguarded emotions centered around a lifetime of unhealthy relationships, struggles with mental illness, and an indomitable drive to overcome them.

Musically, the album draws from every stage of deM’s young career, from the high school rock singer to the scruffy DIY-er who self-recorded his Charle Brwn EP while figuring out the basics of Garageband, to the confident and versatile vocalist he is today.

Locked in at 15 songs—including “Gratitude,” “Tomorrow Party,” and my personal favorite, “Music Man“—Bad Actress arrives feature free, leaving atlaS room to show off his immense talent.

Press play below, add the album on your preferred streaming platform, and be sure to catch atlaS on tour with Atmosphere.