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Baby Queen arrives in style with the thrilling ‘Internet Religion’

The debut release is a storming number from the newcomer, taking aim at internet culture
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Published: 1:16 pm, May 29, 2020Words: Jamie Muir.
Baby Queen arrives in style with the thrilling ‘Internet Religion’

Arriving like a bolt from the blue, Baby Queen has kicked into view with the storming ‘Internet Religion’

The debut release from the South Africa-via-London songwriter born Bella Latham, ‘Internet Religion’ is an unstoppable guitar-pop gem - biting into internet culture and living life through screens and the digital age. It’s a winner basically

Bella adds about the track: “I hate the way that it is so easy to control your identity online and you become so obsessed with who you are online and how many people are liking your pictures.”

With an EP expected later this year, expect all eyes to be turning to Baby Queen pretty soon…

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