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Electricity is The Baby Goats’ Single Out Now

Good Day Noir Family,
Hit play on The Baby Goats’ latest single, “Electricity,” and prepare for a jolt of pure, unadulterated fun.

Electricity is The Baby Goats’ Single Out Now

This isn’t just a song; it’s a time machine set to “party mode,” blasting you with a sound that transcends decades.

The first notes evoke memories of P.U.S.A.’s iconic “Peaches,” but The Baby Goats take it a step further. They infuse this familiar sound with their own unique, ironic, and undeniably groovy perspective.

This band lives in a “Limbo of its own”. It’s a sonic cocktail where the 80s, 90s, and even 2000s influences co-exist in perfect harmony. This isn’t nostalgia; it’s a fresh and exciting reimagining of the past.

The choice of sound is pure brilliance, and the performance is equally impressive. You can hear the countless hours spent in the rehearsal room honing their craft. The result? A flawlessly executed tune that’s energetic and uplifting.

If you crave a song that will get your head bobbing and your feet tapping, then “Electricity” is a must-listen.

Electricity is The Baby Goats’ Single Out Now!


The Baby Goats are a heavy, funk, new wave trio from the godforsaken San Fernando Valley, California.

Imagine three new wave, punk rock, metal-spirited dudes who gave it all up for a Moog synth, a Juno X, a Fender Strat blowing through an orange amp, and an old beat up drum kit stolen from —I’m sorry— abandoned by the San Fernando Valley Youth Band.

We built a trojan horse out of an old disco club, drove it to the show, parked it on stage…and dared you to dance to us.

If you insist: think Blondie, Talking Heads, LCD Soundsystem, various heavy influences too… but we got a feeling you’ll come up with your own thoughts on the matter. Whatever the case: we got styles for miles, and live is the only way to go.

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