It’s Cool but it Ain’t You
Oxford, UK has long been a breeding ground for exceptional and diverse musical talent. From world-conquering artists to cult concerns, the city has seen its fair share of brilliant bands. Now it’s time for another one to emerge from amidst the dreaming spires – ladies and gentlemen, please welcome BE GOOD. Naming themselves after 94-year-old chemistry professor John B. Goodenough, the band began to spend their late nights recording songs together in a house in East Oxford. Since their inception in late 2015 the band have built a loyal live following in their hometown, supporting the likes of Willie J. Healey, C. Duncan and Kagoule in recent months.