Track: Sweet Baboo – Horticulture

Emma Daman Thomas

Sweet Baboo (Stephen Black) has shared the third track, Horticulture’ to be taken from his upcoming album titled ‘The Wreckage’, which is due on the 27th of January via Amazing Tapes From Canton.

Regarding the track Black comments: 

“’Horticulture’ was a song that had been running around my brain for a good few years. I must have changed the words to the chorus about four or five times. It’s a song about my love of and, sometimes, failure to keep the house plants alive but also a note to self to keep fit and healthy.”

A cool rhythmic track that transfixes the listener with its steady hypnotic beat and Black’s gentle vocals. Striking synths create an eerie church bell vibe spicing the track up under the calm reassuring voice that dominates the track.

Check it out, here

Find out more via Sweet Baboo’s Website or Facebook

Pre order the album here

Sweet Baboo will also be on tour early next year.

Tickets are available here

See the dates below:

February 2023

Wed 15 Feb – Birkenhead, Future Yard
Thu 16 Feb – Glasgow, Hug & Pint
Fri 17 Feb – Sunderland, Pop Records
Tue 21 Feb – Hastings, Marine Fountain
Wed 22 Feb – London, The Victoria
Thu 23 Feb – Ramsgate, Ramsgate Music Hall
Fri 24 Feb – Brighton, Komedia Studio
Sat 25 Feb – Oxford, Florence Park Community Centre
March 2023

Wed 1 Mar – Manchester, Deaf Institute
Thu 2 Mar – Halifax, The Grayston Unity
Fri 3 Mar – Leeds, Hyde Park Book Club
Sat 4 Mar – Aldershot, West End Centre
Fri 10 Mar – Totnes, New Lion Brewery
Sat 11 Mar – Falmouth, Cornish Bank
Sun 12 Mar – Stroud, Prince Albert
Fri 17 Mar – Rhayader, The Lost Arc
Wed 22 Mar – Leicester, The Firebug
Fri 24 Mar – Birmingham, Sunflower Lounge
Sat 25 Mar – Nottingham, JT Soars

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