Image: Muriel Margaret
Minneapolis trio Baby Boys have announced their debut album, Threesome, is set for release this March! The group have also shared another taste of what to expect from the record, with the release of their new single, Gone.
The musical project of producers and multi-instrumentalists Caleb Hinz, Jake Luppen, and Nathan Stocker, Gone is a coalescence of disparate parts, a zig-zag of the irreverent and the cerebral, unified by deft, maximalist production that showcases the freedom of the trios attitudes. “This song is all about not getting caught up in the game. It’s not worth it to kill yourself over winning. Ambition can get the best of us and we are no strangers to that as people,” the band say of the track.
Accompanied by a visual directed by Isaac Gale (Bon Iver, Poliça, Swamp Dogg), the clip sees the trio on a farm, with Gale sharing: "If you find yourself in the middle of a raging pandemic, three days before a nail-biting election, and you haven't left Minneapolis in 10 months, I highly recommend driving to the country with some friends to party with some goats, pigs and fuzzy cows for an evening. Instant anxiety release, necessary, even if it only lasted a few hours. Thank you Baby Boys."
Threesome is out March 12! Watch the music video for Gone below!