by The Baby Breaks

The Baby Breaks tend to stand out from what’s considered trending these days. Their latest track, Dopamine is definitely a track everyone can feel and relate to. Dopamine is a breakup song about smiling through the crying. It’s a melancholy and nostalgic indie anthem. The Baby Breaks are an alternative rock band from Brisbane, Australia. Rowdy, infectious & rambunctious are just a few words to describe The Baby Breaks. The four piece are known for their bluesy & chaotic garage rock that has cemented them as the band to watch in the Australian music scene. The Baby Breaks blend hints of blues, western, rock and roll and jazz influences to showcase their shared love of rock music. Along with their unique blend of saxophone, their sound has drawn comparisons to Queens of the Stone Age, The Strokes and Kings of Leon whilst also taking influence from early artists such as Johnny Cash and Elvis. Their latest single ‘Daylight Saver’ thrives on the continual use of their influences while creating a more refined sound that the band has affectionately coined Cactus Rock. “Picture this. The end of the world is near and you’re stranded in the desert. You’ve just departed not only the finest party, but the last party of your life. Suddenly, you have one last opportunity for late night revelry. It appears in the distance like a mirage. It’s filthy, it’s saving hours, it’s cactus rock. This is your soundtrack. This is ‘Daylight Saver’.”

i.S. the WizARd a.k.a. Manoj V. Mathew