After infinite discussions concerning aesthetics, lyricism and musical preferences, "Terrible Feelings" was chosen as the most fitting name for this musical outfit, which saw the light of day sometime late summer 2009, in Malmö, Sweden. Whilst the band may have it's origins in an eternally blossoming punk scene, Terrible Feelings represents so much more than that. With music and lyrics rooted in '70s devil-worshipping hard rock and '80s spleeny new wave, Terrible Feelings play a sophisticated and gloomy mixture of power pop and punk. Recorded at Tambourine Stu-dios in their hometown, in January 2012. Co-producer ERIK SUNDING spurred them to use more than ten different guitars and amps, a quirky violin bass played over a massive amp from the '70s, old beat up drums, Farfisa, Hammond, piano and tons of rippling percussion. The outcome is 12 quite different songs, somehow all tied together by a common notion; walking hand in hand towards a bleak future. For those with a weakness for melancholic yet danceable punkrock, this record might just prove to be an essential staple in any collection.