In celebration of the release, the family band is currently out on a full North American tour playing with Rubblebucket and Trail & Ways….Read More
The hormonally charged pop music of Babes is simply an extension of the hormonally charged people who make it – keyboardist Sarah Rayne, birth brothers Aaron and Zach Leigh, and figurative blood brothers Bryan Harris and Jeffrey Baird. Their music encompasses the past five decades of pop music – from Brill Building to the grimiest Los Angeles punk basements.
Babes’ have released their video for “How Do You Make Love Stop” The track is off the bedroom-rock five-piece’s full-length debut Untitled (Five Tears),…Read More
Babes have premiered their new video for “Life Come Into Me”. You can check out the clip below. The track is off the bedroom-rock…Read More
Babes—the pop-rock family five-piece from Los Angeles—makes their full-length debut with Untitled (Five Tears), out October 30 on Barsuk Records. lead single “I’ve Got…Read More
“We just wanted something that fades away quickly and leaves you with just the music and visuals.” She muses her ideal crowd would be “1,000 people crying, I want everyone to cry.” They consider their fog machine as the sixth Babe, especially after it hazed out the entirety of Portland’s Holocene, a club with 35-foot ceilings. Their ambitions for their stage setup range from “300 puppies on stage” to “stuff on fire.”Read More
Babes have daddy issues. Their apology to the old man comes in the form of a touching music video. Dad stars DILF and Babes’ member Jeff Baird dealing with the complexities of growing up. Babes, the saddest,Read More
We could stop right there. Singer/keyboardist Sarah Rayne makes it abundantly clear that the hormonally charged pop music of Babes is simply an extension of the hormonally charged people who make it,Read More