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BABY SHAKES Release New Video | NYC Release Show + LP Out Friday 9/20

Audacious garage punk band, Baby Shakes will release their new album Cause a Scene this Friday, September 20. Today, they unleash the campy Godzilla-inspired video for album title track “Cause a Scene” which sees the band taking over New York City as their stage and playground. Premiered with FLOOD Magazine today, vocalist/guitarist Mary Blount shared, “This song is about doing what you love & sticking with it…not giving a damn what people say, having fun, playing music, going on tour and causing a scene around the world.”

Coming up through the last vestiges of the mythically grimy NYC rock bar terrain, the band’s scroungy power pop sounds pay homage to original wave punk greats like the Nerves, the Beat, the Kids; early Bangles and Go-Gos; snarly proto-grrls, the Runaways; and of course and forever, the Ramones. The band recently released acclaimed singles “Nowhere Fast” and “Love Song In Reverse

9/20: New York, NY @ Home Sweet Home

9/21: Baltimore, MD @ Hampdenfest

10/12: Jersey City, NJ @ Double Parked Street Festival, 3pm
broadcast live on WFMU Todd-o-Phonic Todd show

11/1: Gifu, Nakatsugawa @ Big Door

11/2: Osaka @ Nanba Mele

11/3: Shizuoka, Hamamatsu @ G-Side

11/4: Tokyo, Shimokitazawa @ Shelter

11/6: Tokyo, Shimokitazawa @ Three

11/8: Tokyo, Shimokitazawa @ Shelter

11/9: Niigata, Ryuto @ Show!Case!!

11/10: Miyagi, Sendai @ Bar Take

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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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