BAD MOTHER NATURE
Official Press Kit
"... Meshing the best of indie rock and classic rock together to create something all it's own."
- From the Strait
"They bring a unique sound to the table... a sophisticated sound that involves great songwriting and musical craftsmanship."
- curious for music
"Built for the live stage, Bad mother Nature's Attitude depicts victory over your cynical life existence, bringing new depths of smile and wonderment."
- Come Here Floyd
"One of the classiest bands on the indie scene at the moment and it's only a matter of time before they punch through to the next level."
- Vix20 - The Vix Essentials Playlist Ep. III
"... Compared to bands such as Fleetwood Mac and Deep Purple while also adding their own taste of new sound."
- Sac Town's Finest
"We’re not letting ourselves miss any of their music."
- Never Enough Music
The four-piece Sacramento rock band Bad Mother Nature has always been fond of exploring the unturned stones of rock music. Refining a balance between driving guitar riffs, progressive yet nuanced piano licks, and buttery vocal harmony melodies, they undoubtedly bring a unique sound to the table.
Corey Allred and Axel Ahrens switch off on bass and guitar, providing different textures to each song. Younger brother Ryan Allred holds down the piano and shares lead vocal duties with Axel. Meanwhile Jon McCann serves as a human metronome on the kits.
Since their inception in 2016, they have begun to carve out a reputable name for themselves. From gigging local dive bars to headlining bigger stages, the band's resume includes stops at The Viper Room in Hollywood, House of Blues Anaheim, as well as recently opening this year's Concerts In The Park festival series in Sacramento. They've been likened to Deep Purple, The Eagles, Supertramp, and Fleetwood Mac, all while harnessing a more modern sound.
The band's latest single "Hawks, Doves and Gamblers" is the first release from their upcoming EP "A Thousand Days of Desert Rain and Madness," following their 2021 sophomore LP "Heavysong."