Kasey Tyndall Releases New Song “Bad For Me”

Kasey Tyndall shares brand new song, “Bad For Me,” out now, January 5th, on all streaming platforms. Listen to the new track below.

Kasey Tyndall is the type of artist who is unapologetically herself. As she continues to build her catalog of music, each song seems to get better and better. She recently made her Ryman debut and opened for Ashley McBryde right here in New York City. Now, Tyndall is releasing a brand new song called “Bad For Me”, officially out now.

The new single is a clever, mid-tempo song that may be one of Tyndall’s best songs to date. “Bad For Me” is an honest account of being into a guy that society may deem the “bad guy.” Tyndall shares all the ways that she needs someone to match her energy, even if it is a little “bad” for her. The song is both tongue and cheek, while simultaneously as honest as songs come.

“If he don’t scare the hell out of me // If he ain’t been around seen some things // If he don’t bleed tattoos // If he don’t got a few loose screws // If his demons don’t haunt him a little // His favorite finger ain’t the one in the middle // If his heart ain’t kinda made of steal // Then my love will send him running for the hills // Cause I’m so messed up, I need someone, shakes me up, but makes me feel alive // If he ain’t a little bad for me, bad for me”

“Bad For Me” is one of our favorite songs from Tyndall so far. The song showcases her star power. We are excited for what else the songstress has coming down the pipeline in 2024.


Kasey Tyndall releases new song, “Bad For Me,” out now on all streaming platforms.

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“Bad For Me” is now available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.