A band that is deserving of wider acceptance on a global scale is Swedish rockers John Lindberg Trio (JLT). Despite a lack of widespread acknowledgement of their work, it is pleasing to see and hear in the instance of current single ‘Bad Loving’ that the trio has lost none of their appetite for creating original rockin’ tunes. Continuing the good fight for rock ‘n’ roll music in 2022, and setting a precedent of things to come, is the aforementioned ‘Bad Loving’, which also includes additional song writing by fellow Swede and songwriter Teddie Ericsson. The single itself is best described as a “bopper” for modern times with its tight sharp rhythm that is instantaneous in its liking and initially provides a smokescreen for the lyrics, which are the polar opposite to the loveable feel of this rockin’ tune. In fact, ‘Bad Loving’ is almost a trip down memory lane as it is close to 80’s chart action from the likes of The Jets and Shakin’ Stevens, and that’s no bad thing. Therefore, if sadness sounds this good, then heap more misery on the recording pile of JLT because any desires of reaching a broader audience could be around the next corner if they can maintain the “radio quality goodness” of new single ‘Bad Loving’.