"Baby Blue" - Cage The Elephant [SoundCloud Audio]

Evan Petersen

by Evan Petersen

Published February 11, 2014

Kentucky's Cage The Elephant have just released "Baby Blue," a cut that didn't make it onto their most recent album, Melophobia. The song might have languished as an unreleased b-side forever, but fortunately, it's now being released as a 7" single.

The song is a straight-up power pop rocker, with doubled vocals and a vintage groove. It's a fun, poppy jam that sees a slight stylistic departure from Melophobia, but perhaps that's why it didn't make it on the record. Guitarist Brad Shultz had this to say:

“This was one of the first tracks we worked on for the record – and was originally inspired by Lou Reed…you can’t hear much of that now, but I still like it and I’m pleased it’s getting released.”

Take a listen to the track above and stream Melophobia in full right here at Zumic. For more news, music, videos, and tour dates, check out Cage The Elephant's Zumic artist page.


Source: Cage The Elephant SoundCloud
Via: The Line Of Best Fit

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