SUNFLOWER BEAN – Mama Roux’s Birmingham 6th April 2022

Posted: October 13, 2021 in MUSIC
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SUNFLOWER BEAN – “Baby Don’t Cry”

Sunflower Bean shared their first new music of the year, “Baby Don’t Cry,” which was produced and mixed by Jacob Portrait of Unknown Mortal Orchestra. “So many things in our lives are disposable,” the band writes. “Content and news is consumed and discarded leaving us unfulfilled. ‘Baby Don’t Cry’ is about enjoying the real. The things right in front of us that give us meaning and how sometimes, even sad songs can give you that warm feeling of hope.

Mom+Pop Records sweethearts Sunflower Bean are riding a huge wave in their young career. In 2018, their sophomore record “Twentytwo in Blue” rose to the UK’s Top 40, and all three band members turned 22 years old. Sunflower Bean spent the following years touring with household names like Beck, Interpol, and label-mate Courtney Barnett, to name a few.

In 2021, they’re back with new music, starting with the single “Baby Don’t Cry.” The tune is a fun, catchy indie bop with edgy guitar and synths. It’s familiar-sounding, but still new and distinct — perfectly emblematic of trends that resonate with a Gen-Z audience, or even a little older. Disillusioned members of society of all ages will resonate with the meaning of “Baby Don’t Cry.” About the song, Sunflower Bean says, “So many things in our lives are disposable. Content and news is consumed and discarded leaving us unfulfilled. ‘Baby Don’t Cry’ is about enjoying the real. The things right in front of us that give us meaning and how sometimes, even sad songs can give you that warm feeling of hope.”

In addition to the new single, Sunflower Bean announced an upcoming tour with a stop at Mama Roux’s in Birmingham 6th April.

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