I've said it once and I'll say it again: There's nothing like a New York based band. What makes New York based bands so special is the up-front honesty and rawness set to music. The guys of SKATERS are no exception, and "Restless Babe" is the perfect example.
Earlier this year, SKATERS released Rock and Roll Bye Bye, their first full length project since 2014. Just last week, the band supplied us with trippy new visuals for "Restless Babe," reminding us just how great the track is. Since then, the stand-out track has been blasting through my headphones, helping me get through the dog days of Summer.
You know those "all dressed up with nowhere to go" days? That is what "Restless Babe" sounds like, in the best way possible. SKATERS' ability to capture the feeling of waiting for something exciting to happen is fully recognized with the lyrics, "Waiting by myself at the liquor store, watching the crowds roll out." In short, SKATERS takes inspiration from the mundane of life and makes it enjoyable.
Like all the tracks on Rock and Roll Bye Bye, "Restless Babe" is both personal and relatable; catchy and uniquely SKATERS. As you walk around town with this track by your side, you're sure to feel like a true "restless babe on the avenue."
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