BABY STRANGE have announced the release of a new EP called ‘Land Of Nothing’, out on 30th April.
The Glasgow band have been at the centre of the city’s thriving punk scene for a while now, building a formidable live reputation that stems from their iconic ‘Club Sabbath’ night at The Priory.
Playing a slot at the riotous club night has become a rite of passage for many up and coming Scottish bands so it’s only right that Baby Strange would release a single in its honour.
‘Club Sabbath’ is a thunderous, no-holds-barred affair that captures the unruly atmosphere of those nights on the Priory’s sticky dancefloor. It’s our first insight into what’s to come from the new EP.
“When we wrote this track we instantly knew we wanted to name it after our club night. It sounds like it was made for a dancefloor. This is one of our favourite songs to date and we can’t wait for people to hear it.”
“We’re missing Club Sabbath more than ever right now. We started it in 2015 at The Priory on Sauchiehall St in Glasgow and we’ve hosted some really memorable parties. It’s a community spirit with loads of like-minded people. We’ve had live performances or DJ sets from people like Fontaines D.C, Wolf Alice, DMA’s, The Chats, The Magic Gang, Nick Allbrook (Pond) & The Dunts to name a few.”
“The government needs to support independent venues during Covid or there will be nowhere left for new artists to cut their teeth and grow. It’s really important that small venues like The Priory survive through this for that very reason.”
Photo by Daniel Blake.