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Baby Strange - Land Of Nothing [CD]

ICONS CREATING EVIL ART

  • £10.80 ( )

Cat. no: ICEACD226
Format: CD
Barcode: 7350049517155
Release Date: 30th April 2021
Genre: Rock

Glasgow trio Baby Strange are back with a bang in 2021 as they’ve started the year with the two successful singles More! More! More!
And Club Sabbath.

They now release their brand new EP ‘Land of Nothing’ which will be out via Icons Creating Evil Art on 30 April 2020. They’ll be heading out on an extensive UK headline tour in June 2021 under the moniker ‘Land of Nothing Tour’. See below for dates. Tickets on sale now. Far from being just satisfied with focusing on their own journey, Baby Strange took a step further to solidifying themselves within the heart of the music community by launching their own club night ‘Club Sabbath’ back in 2015 at The Priory in Glasgow & The Old Blue Last in London.

Since its inception, Club Sabbath has played an active role in building a thriving music community, providing a platform for the likes of Wolf Alice, Fontaines D.C, DMA’s, The Chats, Gang Of Four, The Magic Gang, Nick Allbrook (POND)and Marsicans. With a line-up rounded out by brothers Connaire & Aidan Mc-Cann, Baby Strange are about to set out their stall and re-establish themselves as one of the most innovative and uncompromising outfits in the UK.

Since the release of their critically acclaimed 2016 debut album ‘Want It Need It’, Baby Strange have toured tirelessly, building an enthusiastic and dedicated live audience, selling out venues across the UK & sharing stages with the likes of Frank Carter & the Rattlesnakes, Slaves, Jamie T & Wavves.

“Baby Strange are confrontational, cold-hearted and brilliantly unnerving” – NME

“A dark and high-paced caustic rhythm machine” – So Young Magazine

“They’re punk with a dash of grunge and their songs veer between drones and dirges” – The Guardian

“Escapism delivered in the kind of sludge-first aesthetic Josh Homme would approve” – DIY

“the generational disdain of “Pure Evil” – The Line of Best Fit

Tracks: More! More! More! / I Want To Believe / There’s Something There / Club Sabbath / Over n Over

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