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Bay Ledges Release Wistful New Single “I Remember”

L.A. based alt band BAY LEDGES, comprised of siblings Zach and Georgia Hurd, released their wistful new single “I Remember” (5/25) following the exclusive premiere with ONES TO WATCH, the track was added to a number of official Spotify playlists including “Indie Pop” and “New Noise.”

Written by the Zach and Georgia Hurd, in collaboration with Miro Mackie (producer/songwriter/engineer known for his work with The Neighbourhood and St. Vincent), “I Remember” explores a potent nostalgia for the simplicity of childhood.

Listen to “I Remember” here.

“The last few months have been spent in the studio writing and collaborating,” shares Zach Hurd. “We’re really excited to have something new to share…especially going into the summer.”

The track marks Bay Ledges’ first release since 2017’s Fountain Tropical, an EP featuring their breakthrough single “Safe,” which quickly landed on Spotify’s Fresh Finds playlist, climbed up the Global Viral chart, and ultimately paved the way for Bay Ledges’ signing to S-Curve Records. Bay Ledges is working on new music for a Fall 2018 release.

Tour Schedule

6/15/18 Chicago, IL – Taste of Randolph Festival

6/26/18 Los Angeles, CA – Peppermint Club w/ Michael Blume

7/4/18 Milwaukee, WI – Summerfest

7/14/18 Quebec, Canada – Festival D’Ete

7/15/18 Ottawa, Canada – Ottawa Blues Festival

8/21/18 Lancaster, CA – Antelope Valley Fair

9/16/18 Del Mar, CA – KABOO Festival

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Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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