Glaswegian indie-punk trio release latest single from their newly released album World Below.
Baby Strange’s moody recent single Only Feel It When I’m With You which features guest vocals from The Jezabels’ Hayley Mary now has a darkly brooding music video to match its post-punk feel, complete with an appearance from Hayley herself. A creative departure from the band’s signature sound, Only Feel It When I’m With You builds upon the new textures and sounds delivered with the surprise drop of taster single Midnight and its anthemic follow-up Under The Surface at the start of the year.
Baby Strange also recently released the track Poor Old Me, which sees vocalist and guitarist Johnny Madden reflecting upon personal struggles with his mental health and the crippling sinking feeling that so many can relate to: “Is there a reason that I feel so down? // With my head in my hands as I’m lying in pain on the ground // Sometimes I feel I wanna run away // Feels like a Monday on a Saturday”
Fans can catch Baby Strange on tour across the UK in September.
Baby Strange World Below UK Tour
16 Sept Aberdeen The Tunnels
17 Sept Huddersfield Venn Street Social
18 Sept Manchester Night & Day
20 Sept Brighton The Hope & Ruin
21 Sept London Shacklewell Arms
22 Sept Bournemouth 60 Million Postcards
24 Sept Bristol The Lanes
World Below is out now via Icons Creating Evil Art.
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