Mellow DIY indie rock act Happy Gilmore slips smoothly into the scene with his introductory single “Bad Wine.” The track is initially a lulling look within, providing stability with rhythmic arpeggiated guitar lines and a soothing falsetto to write home about. At around the two-and-a-half-minute mark it’s all cranked up several notches, adding percussion, harmonies, and beachy guitar interjections. What starts off as a sweet singer-songwriter showcase turns into a full-on house show with all the energy and more. This solo act of Connor Gilmore was all written, recorded, and mastered in his Nashville bedroom, as equally impressive as it is surprising for such a dynamic, crystalline sound. If “Bad Wine” is any indication of what’s to come for Happy Gilmore, we’ll be patiently counting the days until his next release.