‘Baby Queens’ – the long-awaited self-titled debut album from the all-female Cardiff 5-piece, is out now!
<span>With soulful vocals, flawless harmonies and a defiant chorus, ‘Tired of Love’ is an attitude-exuding pop anthem currently getting support from the likes of </span>BBC<span> </span>Radio 1<span> and </span>1Xtra<span>. First premiering with </span>Notion<span> </span>Magazine<span>, the girls recently dropped the accompanying video exclusively with </span>Clash<span>, who called it “</span>unashamedly pop, but delivered in an intelligent, intense manner<span>.” The single also caught the attention of </span>The Guardian,<span> who included them in the much coveted </span>New Band of the Week<span> spot, with high praise for the new album calling it</span><span> “</span>uniformly excellent.”
Produced by Super Furry Animal’s Cian Ciaran, the album is a blissed out musical odyssey written by all five members of the band. The sickly sweet overtures one might expect from an all-girl band are ditched in favour of beats that force the melodic content to the fore, with the principles of classic soul and R’n’B song writing catching up with the present day sounds of British street genres. Lavishly layered vocals are wrapped up in slick production that marks out Baby Queens’ intentions to push boundaries and reintroduce to the masses what a vocal group with melody and beats in their hearts is all about.