Good Witch doesn't mince words or make excuses
Good Witch is an LA-based band whose dreamy mood-pop breaks hearts and lights fires, conjuring up shades of PJ Harvey and Garbage, with some mystical inspiration from Slowdive and Rhye. Slinky bass, anthemic drums, distorted guitars, shimmery synthesizers, and cinematic strings come together in singable indie rock songs that are by turns aggressive, vulnerable, sad, and sexy, but always fearlessly honest.
Good Witch started as a collaboration between singer-songwriter Rose Shawhan and producer Raymond Richards (Local Natives, Avid Dancer), after he heard one of her songs from a previous band and said “that’s what your solo record is going to sound like.” Their first release, 2017’s Four Corners EP, blasts off with distorted guitar and grinding synths in “All of This and More,” dips into brooding dark wave in “Bad News” and “Lies,” then starts to sparkle and soar with disco flavored licks and vintage drum machines.
A new EP comes out in 2018...