German post-punk act Baical have returned with their video for “All Roses Bloom”, a track whose tender expression of vulnerability is wrapped in brooding romance. The song is simple, soothing, and dynamic, evoking those vintage sorrowful pop ballads with a heartfelt performance from all members of the band.
The accompanying video embodies the aesthetic of the band’s forthcoming new album Funeral Party, with stark visuals immersed in dark the floral bloom of crimson roses, yielding a sombre yet poetic atmosphere of intimate expression.
Watch the video for “All Roses Bloom” below:
Baical are a three-piece band based in Leipzig, Germany, dedicated to translating their emotional experiences into expressive and ethereal music of the goth/new wave/pop persuasion. Influenced by some of the most prominent alternative bands of the 1980s, they have been inspired by the finest aspects of these groups yet their fresh approach offers a new chapter for fans of this style. When they formed in 2017, they quickly got to work creating their debut EP, Euphoria, which was written in a basement over the course of 2 days during a cold winter. The forbidding seasonal state left an impression on their music that seems to have carried throughout their sound, blending sadness with beauty. Playing shows with Belgrad, Soviet Soviet, and Bleib Modern cemented the strength of their songs and gained them further recognition.
The following year, members Richard, Chris, and Willi, recorded the album Funeral Party with producer Magnus Wichmann at Lala Studios in Leipzig.
If “All Roses Bloom”, is any indication of the rest of the album with its high-quality production, earnest songwriting, warm reverb, authentic 80s styled drums, and chorus saturated guitar tones reminiscent of The Cure, then Baical’s full-length debut will be an essential release for 2020.
Funeral Party is out November 13th through Isolation Rec.
Pre-Order and stream here.
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