BACKYARD BABIES: 'People Like' North American Release Date Announced

Abacus Recordings has set a May 2 North American release date for the new BACKYARD BABIES album, entitled "People Like People Like People Like Us". Produced by Nicke Andersson (guitarist/vocalist of THE HELLACOPTERS and former ENTOMBED drummer), the Swedish band's CD is said to be "a celebration of all that the BABIES have been known for while giving listeners a few new sonic treats in the process."

Commented the band in a press release: "It's a more dynamic album with a more modulated sound where Nicke Andersson taught us how to 'play together' but at the same time it was his restlessness that gave the album its honest and simple sound. We wrote more intense and under a shorter period than ever before. A challenge that proved to be just positive since you don't have time to analyze everything to pieces."

You can listen to samples of the entire album and check out a preview of the first video, "The Mess Age (How Could I Be So Wrong)", on the brand new BACKYARD BABIES web site:

Known as real road dogs, the BACKYARD BABIES will go on tour right after the album release, first hitting Scandinavia and the rest of Europe during spring and summer, and then making their way to the United States, Japan, and Australia in the fall.


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