UNDER THE RADAR: Baby In Vain – “Low Life”.
Danish-trio, Baby In Vain are set to release their debut album More Nothing later this month on Partisan Records, and last week shared the latest taste of it, Low Life. The track was initially written three years earlier, and recorded as a, “trippy, hard rock kind of song”. It was only after three years of working on other material and experience, that the band came back to the track, and it emerges transformed, and unlike anything the band have done before.
While normally noted for their visceral musical assault, Low Life is a bassy, slowly unfurling beauty, incorporating twinkling synthesisers, muted drum sounds and even some wonderfully scuzzy saxophones. Bringing to mind the likes of Howling Bells, Timber Timbre and The Twilight Sad, it’s easily the most exciting thing Baby In Vain have done to date.
More Nothing is out August 25th via Partisan Records.
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