Bad Veins is a Cincinnati-based band from the mind of Ben Davis, and “Wendy” is the first single off of their upcoming album Imposter (December 1, Dynamite records). The track itself is a crisp sounding, 80’s-tinged, synth forward track with some robotic auto tune sounding vocals thrown in for good measure. Imagine if Daft Punk was about 60% less electronic and throw in a dash of Grouplove, and you’d have “Wendy” (in a nutshell).

Davis plays things pretty close to the vest, as much as a musician can, speaking to that he said:

“I am in constant fluctuation back and forth as to whether I want to be a public person, or just keep to myself. I had no career ambitions when I first started Bad Veins. I just enjoyed making music in my attic. So, there is always the feeling of ‘imposter syndrome’ when I have to do music business type things.”

Having shared the stage with bands like Two Door Cinema Club or Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, we’re thinking Bad Veins is doing just fine.

You can hear “Wendy” and the Bad Veins back catalogue over on Spotify, or check out the music video below.