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MAURITIA – Baby, Please [Review]

MAURITIA – Baby, Please [Review]

Fresh 5-piece indie outfit MAURITIA have released of their third single Baby, Please, a glossy indie-pop track featuring chiming guitars and a firmly rooted pop authority.

Consisting of childhood friends Jonathan Yeo (drums), James Hughes (rhythm guitar), Sam Copsey (bass), Sean Blenkin (lead guitar) and Josh Hedges (vocals), the band formed in early 2017 and didn’t’ disappoint with their first two releases Skin and Tropical. Already having the opportunity to play alongside some well established bands such as Eliza and the Bear, Clean Cut Kid and Anteros the five-piece demand attention with their catchy tracks and energetic stage presence.

Their third release Baby, Please is a synth heavy, guitar driven track written about the importance of being open and honest in a relationship. Recorded at The Motor Museum in Liverpool over 4 days and produced by Al Groves (Bring Me The Horizon), the single features melodic riffs and a powerful and catchy vocal line, remaining with the listener long after the first listen. Drawing influence from the likes of Fickle Friends, The 1975 and Two Door Cinema Club, the band boast a likeability that will see them go far.

Baby, Please is set for release via all digital platforms on Friday 27th April, and will be supported by a headline gig the following month. More releases are expected to follow throughout 2018.

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