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Transviolet "[doesn't] give a fuck about your bad intentions."

The New York-bred, Los Angeles-based four-piece has released their woozy new single "Bad Intentions," their first new material of the year. The group had previously caught our attention with their 2016 releases such as "Close" and "LA Love."

"I'd been listening to a lot of Beegees, Blondie and The Weeknd, and really wanted to try and write our version of a disco/dance song," singer Sarah McTaggart says of the new song. "We were in the studio with Nathaniel Motte from 30H!3 having the most ridiculous time just writing this song about being too fucked up to care about all the creeps creepin'."

The new music follows previous tour stints opening for fellow Variance favorites Mikky Ekko, LANY and twenty one pilots. They're planning to release more music this summer ahead of a new album and their first U.S. headlining tour.

Hear "Bad Intentions" below.