The outspoken and in-your-face 5-piece from Louisville known as Uh Huh Baby Yeah! – also dubbed UHBY! – has already finished production on their new EP entitled Trash Talk, due out on April 23rd via Streaker Records/Little Heart Records. Fans of The Audition, Head Automatica and Panic! at the Disco will find a quick taste for UHBY!’s energy and vocal melodies. Today, UHBY! have revealed details on their new EP with Highlight Magazine such as EP cover, track listing (below), and pre-sale details.
1. Dances With Wolves
2. Whores Will Be Whores
3. Dead Friends
5. You Creep Me Out
6. Ocean Of You
The second single off of Trash Talk entitled “Dances With Wolves” was released in March, which can be streamed here: http://www.ampmagazine.com/55588/featured-stream-uh-huh-baby-yeah-dances-with-wolves/ (New music video to be released soon).
The band will be touring throughout the Spring in support of their upcoming EP release.
April 19 – Diamond Pub & Billiards – Louisville, KY
April 21 – The Open Hand – Dickson, TN
April 25 – Alley Cat – Johnson City, TN
April 26 – The Mill – Charleston, SC
April 27 – Zakk’s Coffeehouse – Murfreesboro, NC
April 29 – Deep South Bar – Raleigh, NC
May 1 – Trash Bar – Brooklyn, NY
May 10 – Frankie’s Inner City – Toledo, OH
Coming off the release of their debut album, Till Death Do Us Party, the guys in Uh Huh Baby Yeah! were unsure of where to go at first. “There were two ways this next set of tunes could go”, replies Sean Smith, the brains behind the rhythm section, “We could essentially make Till Death (Do Us Party) part 2, or we could take elements we enjoyed from it and utilize our experiences to make a more mature, well rounded album. We chose the latter.”
Ranging from subjects of heartache, divorce, revenge and reawakening, UHBY! have a lot more to say on this release than ever before. The recently released single, “Dead Friends” tackling the departure of their guitarist and bass player head on. The song bangs from the start and infects you with the catchiest of choruses. Pronouncing all of your friends “dead” isn’t something most people take lightly. But, the boys are just heating up. Their full-length, Trash Talk, is due out April 23, 2013.