Haybaby – “Elevator Song”

Haybaby - "Elevator Song"

Haybaby’s clear sound and disciplined approach to indie rock feels relieving, an antidote to the thankfully dwindling trend of every band drenching their sound in reverb. The trio’s been a constant presence in Brooklyn’s DIY scene for almost five years, and now they’re finally putting out a full-fledged album, titled Sleepy Kids. We noted Haybaby as a Band To Watch back in August and were charmed by their last single, “Doored.” Their latest, “Elevator Song,” carries a distinctly deeper groove. Leslie Hong’s voice glides over a three-note guitar riff, singing about that doubtful feeling you may have when a relationship feels stagnant. “Things fell apart when you moved the bed in our room/ No more dusty photos of our moms, no elevator songs, no more with you.” Listen below.

Sleepy Kids is out 10/23 on Tiny Engines.

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