Baby Grand | Coming True

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Coming True

by Baby Grand

"Coming True," the long overdue follow-up to "Spectrum," has seen the band undergo several line-up and instrumentation changes. It's still smart, sophisticated pop, but with a much bigger yet softer sound - like spring rain falling through the trees.
Genre: Pop: Twee Pop
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3. Fun At Her Expense
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4. Julia B
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5. Autumn Wind
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6. Pop Psychology
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Sacramento, California’s Baby Grand has existed in one incarnation or another for many years, formed from the ashes of a pop trio whose songs regularly featured serial killers, car accidents and murderous robots. Moving on to happier subjects, the band's debut album "Spectrum" was released in 2002.
"Coming True," the long overdue follow-up to "Spectrum," has seen the band undergo several line-up and instrumentation changes. It's still smart, sophisticated pop, but with a much bigger yet softer sound - like spring rain falling through the trees - with shades of Belle & Sebastian, Birdie and Camera Obscura.

Now, the brand new "Lights Are Getting Low" EP picks up where "Coming True" left off, while elevating the band to a new level with lush strings and vibrant horns.


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