The BAUDELAIRES – ” Tilt “

Posted: July 27, 2022 in MUSIC

Melbourne-based psych outfit The Baudelaires are set to release their sophomore album “TiLT” on Friday, September 2nd, 2022. Recorded in Venice, Italy and in their hometown of Melbourne, “TiLT” is set to be released through Cheersquad in Australia/New Zealand, Kozmik Artifactz in Europe and Little Cloud Records in the US.

Following on from their acclaimed debut album “Musk Hill” (which followed the EP “Be a Baudelaire”), the band, which takes its name from the decadent 19th century poet Charles Baudelaire, embarked on two European tours sharing the stage with psych rock heavyweights Dungen, Wand, Frankie and the Witch Fingers and The Zombies on festival bills such as GetMad! Festival in Madrid and Mayday Mumbo Festival in Barcelona.

Before the world shut down, The Baudelaires were invited to both Sydney and Melbourne Psych Festivals and toured the east coast of Australia with Italian legends New Candys, as well as playing two very special regional Victoria shows with New York’s Mystery Lights.

The Baudelaires hypnotic contact high psych-rock sounds combine rich analogue fuzz and reverb drenched licks with an occasional single-minded motorik drive.

The group has been compared to other modern-day dandies like the Brian Jonestown Massacre, The Warlocks, The Black Angels and Thee Oh Sees as well as earlier custodians like Spaceman 3 and The Jesus and Mary Chain, and originators like Texan psych pioneers The Thirteenth Floor Elevators and The Red Crayola and the trance-inducing whips and furs clamour of Plastic Exploding Inevitable-era Velvet Underground and like-minded ‘60s New York radical minimalists The Godz. 

Releases September 2nd, 2022

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