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Date d'inscription : 20/05/2012
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BABY ANIMALS RETURN TO THE SPOTLIGHT IN 2013:
You heard right, the Baby Animals are back with their third studio album, the first in twenty years. This Is Not The End is out now via Social Family Records.
To celebrate the release of the album the band have announced today
that they will tour the East Coast of Australia this June. It's been two
decades since their last full-length studio album and the Baby Animals strike a familiar pose with their enigmatic singer Suze DeMarchi and her talismanic guitarist Dave Leslie returning for action. They're joined by rhythm section comprising of two familiar faces in Dario Bortolin on bass and Mick Skelton on drums.
This is Not the End is a genuine rock album
with a return to classic Baby Animals form that their fans will love.
The Perth-born singer and guitarist Dave Leslie has either penned
or co-written all songs on this album, some of which draw on the
break-up of Suze's marriage with guitar hero Nuno Bettencourt.
The album was produced by ARIA award-winning producer David Nicholas
(Inxs, Ash), and Nick DiDia (Pearl Jam, Stone Temple Pilots) also lent
his considerable skill on the record's first single Email.
“I'm really, really proud of this album. I love every track and I
can't wait to perform these songs on tour. I love playing live; gigs
really are the pay off. We want to go wherever this record takes us,” - enthuses Suze.
This Is Not The End is the start of a new
beginning for the band. They are thrilled to be releasing new material
in this day and age, where the music industry has changed so
dramatically since their last release. “We feel more driven than we were when we were younger,” says Suze. “We
decided to buck the system with this record and put it out
independently. The music business is so stale right now; we wanted to do
it differently. We've been able to really reconnect with our fans on
The path tread by Baby Animals has had some incredible high points. There were the many memorable hits, which have included Early Warning, Rush You, Painless and One Word.
The band's eponymous album spent six weeks at No. 1 in Australia,
converting platinum sales and selling over one million albums worldwide.
There were ARIA Awards, international touring and friendships with Van Halen, Robert Plant, Paul Rodgers, and Bryan Adams.
Suze has enjoyed the induction into the Western Australian Music
Industry Association's (WAMI) Hall of Fame. More than two decades have
passed since the Baby Animals exploded onto the scene and today the band
are standing taller, feeling more empowered and sounding even stronger
than ever before.
Australian Tour Dates:
Friday 14th June Sydney: Factory Theatre
Saturday 22nd June Melbourne: Hi Fi
Saturday 29th June Brisbane: Hi Fi
WebLinks: www.thebabyanimals.com. Watch to the Baby Animals latest single 'Email': youtu.be/0rJRDEDjsIc / A Special Message from Suze & Dave: youtu.be/gTF_TF6wCbk.