Glasgow’s Baby Chaos have announced two forthcoming dates in Dundee and Glasgow in December when they will be performing songs from their soon to be released fourth album.
Details as follows:
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With the band members leading hectic and busy lives, it has taken a little longer than they would have liked to complete their new album. However, their passion for music, their regular rehearsals and the opportunity to hang out together has ensured that another album of savage guitars and soaring melodies will be on its way soon.
The band are also delighted to welcome guitarist Alan Easton, a long-time friend, to become a permanent member of the band. Alan had already played on some of the songs on the previous album, Skulls, Skull, Skulls, Show Me The Glory and had also filled in live for guitarist Grant McFarlane on a couple of occasions. The new album, Ape Confronts Cosmos, will be released in early 2019.
Praise for Skulls, Skulls, Skulls, Show Me The Glory:
“There’s a lot of skill going into these songs, an understanding of hooks and pop nous just built for breaking out of the underdog ghetto; a classy comeback from a band worth revisiting…” CLASSIC ROCK
“Walls of sound from the guitars, sometimes saturated and overpowering, sometimes bright and enchanting; haunting and adventurous lyrics, and energy, lots and lots of energy…” INKED / FRANCE
The band’s debut album, Safe Sex, Designer Drugs And The Death Of Rock And Roll, released in 1994, established Baby Chaos as energetic upstarts with great songs, while the 1996 follow-up Love Your Self Abuse elevated their style to a whole new level.
Both albums were well received, with the latter gaining a much-coveted five-star review in Kerrang! Magazine, who went onto include it in their 100 Best British Rock Albums of All Time list. The band toured across the UK and Europe, with France proving particularly receptive, and both albums were also released in the USA, where the band toured in 1995.