The Welsh post-punk 4 piece release their first single and set out their stall as ones to watch in 2023.
Anyone who doesn’t think there is still rollicking good punk rock music being made at the moment should get their ears around this offering from Baby Schillaci.
Formed in 2022, the band have fused their own brand of noise, punk and electronica in the thriving scene of their native South Wales.
And it is not hard to see why they are making a name for themselves- their new single ‘Radical‘ has all the energy, heart and combative swagger of the best post-punk.
With thundering drums, galloping riffs and an anthemic chorus that challenges you not to shout a long, Baby Schillaci have come out strong in 2023 with this single.
But not only that, you won’t have to wait long for the next one as second single ‘So Bad‘ is due for release in April.
In fact, the band are gearing up for a busy 2023 with an EP – ‘Physical Only‘- planned for May and further singles to be released every 6-8 weeks throughout the year.
With that sort of pace of releases, you best start listening now and ensure you keep your eyes and ears peeled for their future tracks.
Baby Schillaci are: Tom Richards (guitar/vocals), Richie Lewis (guitar/vocals), Andrew Evans (bass) and Tom Williams (drums).
Follow Baby Schillaci on Their Socials
Need more Punk In Your Life?
Black Spiders new album ‘Can’t Die, Won’t Die’ is impending – the rockers also announce a May launch event and a September UK tour!
Burning rubber around the UK this autumn, see the latest single release Hot Wheels from Black Spiders, plus the latest album Can’t Die, Won’t Die
Gig review: The Stranglers at L’Olympia, Paris 11th March 2023
There’s never a frown with The Stranglers in town! Another sold out show in 2023, the band’s 49th year, sees the Men In Black stronger
New book about punk and mental health- ‘Scream Therapy’ to be released in May
Host of the Scream Therapy podcast- Jason Schreurs- explores how the punk rock community and mental wellbeing are linked and the healing potential of community
Review: Indications’ new album is a broad collection of searing emo anthems
‘Indications’ is the new full length, self titled release from the Vancouver punk quartet and it is full of ambition and reflection.
Bayside Keep the Music and the Colours Flowing with ‘The Blue’ EP
New York punks Bayside drop latest EP in a long colourful line of releases.
The Van Pelt release first studio album in 25 years- ‘Artisans and Merchants’
Cult NYC indie faves The Van Pelt are back with their first studio album in 25 years.