New music from John Willis and Late Romantics, 'Bad Boyfriend' | Rock Candy

Monday, March 16, 2015

New music from John Willis and Late Romantics, 'Bad Boyfriend'

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Little Rock's John Willis specializes in literate, confessional and wryly funny piano-rock fleshed out with vocal harmonies and carefully observed emotional insights. He was a finalist in last year's Arkansas Times Musicians Showcase and is back this year with a new band, Late Romantics, and a new EP, "Bad Boyfriend," to be released on March 21. Check this week's issue of the Times for Mitchell Crisp's feature on Willis and see them at White Water on Saturday. In the meantime, here's the title track and first single from the new EP: 

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