Baby Chaos to release first album in 17 years
Seventeen years after their last, Baby Chaos return with a new album titled “Skulls, Skulls, Skulls, Show Me The Glory” which will be out on 27th April.
The band’s third studio album has been recorded by the original line-up: Chris Gordon (vocals, guitar), Grant McFarlane (guitar), Bobby Dunn (bass) and Davy Greenwood (drums) and the huge changes in the music business since their last outing provided a jolt of hope and enthusiasm. “We do this now, because we can, and we love to, we are completely independent and it’s bloody marvelous” enthuses Chris Gordon.
The Chaos began when the band members met at school, in the small town of Stewarton, Ayrshire. Baby Chaos have resided in Glasgow since their early 20s and in 1993 were signed to East West Records by the former Happy Mondays manager Nathan McCough. They then threw themselves headlong into touring and recording for the next four years.
Their 1994 debut album Safe Sex, Designer Drugs and the Death of Rock and Roll established them as energetic upstarts with great songs, before 1996’s bruising Love Your Self Abuse elevated their style to a whole new level.
For more, visit www.babychaos.com – pre-orders of “Skulls, Skulls, Skulls, Show Me The Glory” will be available before the end of March and will include extra exclusive tracks.