Garrett Paknis has today premiered his new single titled ‘Bad Behaviour’ from his upcoming EP. Sexual freedom and liberation have a new anthem with a cheeky naughtiness and subtle snark found in the best artists; the kind that are not afraid to say what’s in their mind.
With a sultry beat and a soulful vibe, ‘Bad Behaviour’ is a showcase to those not yet in the know. A gateway drug to that originality that is Garret Paknis. And, while the song takes a turn, into an almost new song. part way through, the overall feeling is the same and the song is still as consistent as it is creative. Ear-candy for androgyny.
About ‘Bad Behaviour’
London based American musician / performance artist Garrett Paknis returns with a brand new release ‘Bad Behaviour’, lifted from the forthcoming EP due later this year.
‘Bad Behaviour’ kick starts the next phase of Garrett Paknis’ blossoming career, following on from the recent acclaimed EP ‘Move Ur Body’ released earlier this year. Accompanied by a sultry, seductive empowering performance visual clip, he says: “Blending spirituality and sex, I wanted to make a track that was made for the club… or an after hours party. It’s summer, it’s hot, and we’re feeling alive after all we’ve been through over the past couple of years. This track is to celebrate inner freedom and sexual power – a power that comes from within when you’re feeling like you really are the star of the show…”
About Garrett Paknis
Garrett Paknis is a poet/rapper/producer blending spirituality and sexuality into forward thinking dance music. After developing his sound during his years living in Berlin, Germany, radio opportunity brought him to London, and the New York City born PAKNIS says he’s never looked back.
Blending UK House music with his signature “moaning poetry”, Wonderland has called him a rising star and his viral success on Instagram and TikTok points to proving this true. The hip-hop trained dancer and performance artist releases a visual with every single he drops, and ‘Bad Behaviour’ marks his 25th release in 3 years, making him a prolific artist to watch out for.