Blame Baby

LA-based trio Blame Baby have unveiled ‘Silhouette’, their second single of the year. The song was produced by Frederick Thaae, who has previously worked with Kate Nash, Saint Motel and The Glorious Sons.

Singer and guitarist Jesse Johnson says:

“‘Silhouette’ is about incomplete relationships, the tense push and pull of secret lovers, and the phenomenon of explosive human chemistry. Embedded in the shoe-gaze-inspired tune is a structure that mirrors this tension and release. Tight staccato rhythms launching into soaring distorted guitars underpin a longing and lascivious dreamscape. ‘Silhouette’ is one of the most beautiful sounding words, all at once evoking feelings of fantasy and playfulness with mystery and darkness. For this very reason, the song began with the title and then it wrote itself.”

The members of Blame Baby met performing together in a production of King of the Road: The Roger Miller Story.

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