Babe Club release a soulful slice of pop with new single "Together"

Babe Club have recently released a soulful slice of pop with their brand new single "Together", the new tunes is the first single since their 2018 debut "Hate Myself" - a long time to wait if you're a fan, but if you have been waiting that long it's good news, the track is fantastic!

The single acts as a tease of their debut EP "Remember this Feeling" which is set to be released later this year. The EP was recorded in Atlanta with producer Dan Gleason, who's worked with Grouplove and engineer TJ Elias who's has credits on Manchester Orchestra's music.

The outfit hail from Charleston in South Carolina which is known as a hub for Country Music in the USA, but "Together" is far from Country, it's indie-rock blended with some delightful contemporary pop vibes.

Speaking about the song frontwoman Jenna Desmond says - "When Corey and I originally wrote this song, it was about discovering new things about each other as life changed and challenged our relationship. A year ago when we were finishing the recording process we would have never guessed that we’d be releasing it during such a troubling time. A global pandemic shutting down our world, and people protesting on the streets demanding justice and equality. Though it’s obvious our song wasn't intended for this, we hope that it can bring some joy to you all, joy to being together with other humans whether they be friends/family/lovers/strangers. We’re all in this together. The lyrics say “I’m trying to be normal again". I think a new “normal” is on the horizon."

The vocals are so sweet on the single as they remind me of Kacey Musgraves mixed with some of the harmonies of HAIM. The guitar breakdown just before the two minute mark is a real highlight for me, the tone it gives just makes your skin tingle. There's a lot more tingling going on with the latter third having some hazed out vocals in the background giving it that added texture.

Babe Club have really crafted a rather fantastic slice of indie-pop here's, there's so much going on that you just have to play it over and over again to truly appreciate it all - trust me when I say you'll be revisiting this again!