Baths' New Single 'Out' is About How It Feels To Go Clubbing
    • WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2017

    • Posted by: Kirsten Spruch



    On November 17th, Baths (aka Will Wisenfeld) will be releasing his first album in four years, Romaplasm, via Anticon. Today, he has shared the next single from the project entitled "Out," which Wisenfeld says "has a dual meaning—either referring to someone going out for the night, or being an out gay person. It touches on the intersection of both but mostly deals with how I feel in a club environment." The track falls in the same line as the album's lead single, "Yeoman," it even sounds similar to the singular style he created on his 2013 album Obsidian. It features Wisenfeld's signature crisp percussion, bubbly synths, and quirky Kate Bush-esque falsetto. All I know is that I'd totally get down to this one at the club.
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