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Beach Baby have announced their second album, 'Songs From The Limbo Lounge'

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Published: 6:03 pm, July 01, 2019
Beach Baby have announced their second album, 'Songs From The Limbo Lounge'

Beach Baby have announced their second album, 'Songs From The Limbo Lounge’.

Due on 30th August, it’s preceded by new single ‘Human Remains’ and celebrated with a gig at London’s Moth Club on 10th September.

Recorded in a makeshift studio at the bottom of drummer Shep Hodgson’s garden, it sees co-vocalist Ollie Pash in the roles of engineer and producer.

The record’s blurb describes the full-length as concerning “existential confusion and spiritual dereliction; romantic burnout and sexual dysfunction; quasi-religious encounters; characters riddled with loneliness and comic delusions of grandeur.”

Check out ‘Human Remains’ below.

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