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Album art credits: Michael Vest & Rebecca Trujillo - Vest

PREMIERE: Space Babies Streams New EP, “A Song In A Day”

Space Babies is the musical project of Rebecca and Michael Vest in collaboration with Dave Scher and John X Volaitis, spreading love and happy vibrations from Venice, California. These cosmic beings are here to reflect on all the beauty in this world with their intergalactic groove and trippy melodies. Inspired by the 60’s and 70’s psychedelia, Ancient Future, human evolution and pristine nature, their music aims to connect with the world and all that is freaky and beautiful. Combining their thoughtful lyrics and mellow sound with far out space imagery, Space Babies wants to reach out to their future tribe all around the world.

Music was the second language to these flower children while growing up. With backgrounds in Southern California, New Mexico, and New York, they have worked with music their entire lives. Collectively, they have garnered experience in everything between recording in studios and making videos, performing, touring and playing with various groups throughout the years. By the present century, however, they rooted in Venice, California, and have since released three albums recorded in their studio, Earthstar Creation Center. While they might often be found working at their studio creating new songs and videos, Space Babies are more than just musicians: they are lovers of life and believers in a better tomorrow.

Enjoy the first listen to their new album, A Song In A Day, in its entirety below!

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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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