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Baudelaire

Taking inspiration from the bleak environment of their native Black Country, post-punk band BAUDELAIRE explore the unlit corners of the human condition. Weaving gothic atmospheres together with industrial sonics and noise-rock fury, the six-piece delivers a unique style that is both unnerving and cathartic. Their first singles ‘Prayers’ and 'Lethe' earned the band praise from BBC Radio Introducing West Midlands and landed them on This Feeling’s official “Best New Bands” selection list.


BAUDELAIRE’s fourth single ‘Lose The Feeling’ was produced by Ryan Pinson (The Assist, Wax Futures, God Damn) of RML studios marks a new turning point in the direction of the band.  Putting focus on strong pop choruses and electronic instrumentation with Baudelaire’s unique blend of industrial, Goth and noise tinged post punk, this single is set to be their most ambitious release yet. ‘Lose The Feeling’ is an exploration into the Isolation, detachment, and alienation someone can feel when they live their lives through the eyes of another.  ‘Lose The Feeling’ was mastered by Felix Davis of ‘Metropolis studios’ (porridge radio, Nell Mescal, Easy Life) 


The name BAUDELAIRE was inspired by the life and works of Charles Baudelaire. Especially his work in Les Fleurs Du Mal (The Flowers of Evil), In which he writes about the changing beauty of nature during the industrialisation of Paris in the 19th century. Says the band, “Coming from industrial towns ourselves this felt like it had a ring of truth to what we see around us, which to us is what Baudelaire is about”.   


BAUDELAIRE are Alex Walker (guitar, synths, samples, lyrics), Liam Molineaux (guitar, backing vocals, samples, lyrics), Arthur Jones (synths, backing vocals, lyrics, Piano),  Joseph Embleton (Drums, percussion), Danny Owen (lead vocal, lyrics, harmony vocals) and Liam Aston (Bass, Guitar, samples).

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