The Good The Bad, Water Rats, London, 19 May 2009

The Good The Bad are neither just good, nor bad & they're definitely not ugly. They're three Danish desperados, bringing the finest New School Surf & Flamenco to the worthy masses.

In fact, their hip-shaking dirty cool has been increasing the birth-rate in Denmark by the day ever since their own explosive conception just one year ago.

That's why in such a short time, TGTB were invited to play Roskilde Festival, German showcase festival Popkomm in Berlin and a Christmas mini-tour in London, followed by a quick jaunt to Norway. In 2009, after more English fun at Liverpool Sound City, Hop Farm Festival and a Harley Davidson European Rally in Latvia, TGTB rocked THE KILLERS aftershow party after their Royal Albert Hall gig in London.

When they're not touring Europe, The Good The Bad can be found blowing the faces off people in their native city of Copenhagen, where they've impressed the more established underground scene and gained a firm fan-base.

The band includes Manoj Ramdas (The Raveonettes, SPEkTR) on bass, Johan Lei Gellett (Henrik Hall, Kira and the Kindred Spirits) on drums and Adam Olsson (The Setting Son, The Aim) on guitar.

We don’t have a singer because we couldn’t find one that would stand behind the drummer. But we don’t need a vocalist anyway. The music speaks for itself. We use the music so we don't have to say 'I Love You' ” says Adam.