Song of the week: ‘Cold Feet Killer’ by My Goodness

Seattle rock duo My Goodness went through a change recently when Andy Lum of Craft Spells joined as the new drummer. Since then, My Goodness has been full steam ahead, shooting new videos and getting in the studio to work on a new record.

High hopes that the new record will be out sooner than later, and I hear it will be loaded with 12 tracks.

I am going to try and catch up with Joel and Andy when they head back into the studio to wrap up the record, but in the meantime, My Goodness has given us a teaser of what the record will hold.

They released a new video for their song “Cold Feet Killer” on March 5 and, in just a few days, it has done over 23,000 views. That is a pretty impressive number and the video/song is more than deserving of it.

“Cold Feet Killer” starts out a little slower than My Goodness songs have in the past and then, right when you start to get comfortable, it explodes all over you in a fury of bluesy rock face-melting goodness.

Check it out below and get ready for a lot more from these two because they are just getting started.

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