Bad Decisions re-invent vocals in latest release

Bad Decisions

Australian duo Bad Decisions – Cameron Breen and Andrew Ghisoni – are known for their ground shaking sound that pushes the boundaries in the EDM world, and their latest release is no exception.

Out now on Tiësto’s label, Musical Freedom, Too High, is an addictive cocktail of trap, future bass and hip-hop; a dynamic banger set to take over this summer.

The duo are pioneering a new wave in the industry, inspiring producers to bravely re-imagine the voice and utilise it as an instrument in its own right, as they experiment with writing, producing and performing the vocals themselves. The pair have been using Cameron’s distinctive, raspy auto-tune vocal as an intrinsic part of their recent releases, and it’s the outstanding feature in Too High as well.

Cameron and Andrew from Bad Decisions explain: “Too High is definitely about having a good time, being yourself and not caring what anyone thinks about it. Nobody should be ashamed of themselves for having fun.”

Renowned as much for their high-energy, memorable performances as they are for producing heartfelt, melodic hits, Bad Decisions have capped over 5 million streams on Spotify and earned support from the likes of Martin Garrix, Tiësto and Steve Aoki. It seems nothing is too high for this duo!

Too High by Bad Decisions is OUT NOW on Musical Freedom!

About Bad Decisions

Australian made producer/DJs Cameron Breen & Andrew Ghisoni have quickly established themselves on the international stage and headlining their own home country tour in Australia. They are known for their high energy performances & ability to entertain, whether it’s an intimate club show or a MainStage festival performance.
Capping over 5 million plays on Spotify, the pair are known for their hard hitting, ground shaking bass music as well as their ability to create heartfelt & melodic dance hits.

Coming from musical backgrounds, they both bring different abilities to the table such as Andrew being a multi-instrumentalist & Cameron providing unique, raspy vocals on many of their newest tracks, in which have been supported by the likes of Martin Garrix, Tiesto & Steve Aoki.


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