BACKYARD BABIES Select New Single, Set International Release Date For Album

Sweden's BACKYARD BABIES have selected "A Song For The Outcast" as the second single from their latest full-length album, "Stockholm Syndrome". The CD, which was issued in Scandinavia last month through RCA/BMG Records, is slated for release in other parts of the world on March 1, 2004.

The follow-up to 2001's "Making Enemies Is Good" was recorded at Stockholm's Polar studios and was mixed in Los Angeles with producer Joe Barresi (LIMP BIZKIT, BUCKCHERRY, QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE, MONSTER MAGNET, KYUSS). The video for the album's first single, "Minus Celsius", was shot in L.A. in September with director Dean Karr (DEFTONES, MUDVAYNE, QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE).

BACKYARD BABIES' last two efforts, "Making Enemies Is Good" and 1998's "Total 13", were both certified gold in Sweden for sales in excess of 30,000 copies.

Upcoming BACKYARD BABIES tour dates:

Jan. 16 – London, UK - 100 Club
Feb. 05 – Stockholm, SWE - Munchenbryggeriet
Feb. 06 - Karlstad, SWE - Arena
Feb. 07 - Halmstad, SWE - Diezel
Feb. 08 - Ronneby, SWE - Ronsalen
Feb. 10 - Umea, SWE - Idunteatern
Feb. 11 - Are, SWE - Bygget
Feb. 12 - Salen, SWE - HC
Feb. 13 - Goteborg, SWE - Tragarn
Feb. 14 - Huskvarna, SWE - Popstad
Feb. 15 - Vasteras, SWE - Culturen
Feb. 19 – Helsinki, FIN - Tavastia
Feb. 20 – Tampere, FIN - Pakkahuone
Feb. 21 – Helsinki, FIN - Nostori
Feb. 23 - Helsingborg, SWE - Tivoli
Feb. 24 - Malmo, SWE - KB
Feb. 26 - Vanersborg, SWE - Roccad
Feb. 27 - Kalmar, SWE - Palace
Feb. 28 - Hultsfred, SWE - Metropol
Mar. 04 – Oslo, NOR - John Dee
Mar. 05 – Bergen, NOR - Hulen
Mar. 06 – Stavanger, NOR - Folken
Mar. 12 – Eskilstuna, SWE - Bla

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