9/19/2017

Steady Holiday Shares "More Than One Way" Video; Performing Friday at The Bootleg in Los Angeles & Japan Shows Announced

 Steady Holiday Shares "More Than One Way" Video
Terror EP out now on Infinite Best 
Performing Friday at The Bootleg in Los Angeles & Japan Shows Announced
"Under The Influence is a film score reinvented; it contains the movie's troubled mood and themes, turning them into a slinky ode to instability and imperfection. - The Fader
"A feminine reinterpretation of post-2010 James Bond in post-coital, xanax infused mysterio-interim." - Flaunt Magazine
“Both fresh and like it’s been around for a hundred years, a standard from a different world.” -Stereogum
"Babinski plays violin and guitar on compositions that are often elegant and fully realized, akin to the early work of St. Vincent." - LA Weekly
"Over a dark and loping country rhythm, Babinski skates her vocals with a delicate grace, the brittle timbre of her voice recalling both Björk and The Cardigans’ Nina Persson." - FLOOD
Watch: "More Than One Way" video at The Grey Estates or Vimeo
Stream: "More Than One Way" at Consequence Of Sound 
Watch: "Terror" official video via The Fader or YouTube
Stream: "Terror" via Bandcamp

Today Steady Holiday has shared the official video for "More Than One Way" with The Grey Estates. The track is from Steady Holiday's Terror EP out now on Infinite Best. About the video, The Grey Estates says, "'More Than One Way' received a video treatment that's as cinematic and breathtaking as the track itself. For the video, Dre Babinski aka Steady Holiday drops from the sky, awakening to spend a day alone, seated on a skateboard. We follow along as Babinski rolls past isolated, desert surroundings, arriving at a restaurant. It's an utterly surreal and striking track, Babinski's lush soprano backed by a pillowy support of jazzy and at times metallic effects and instrumentals. It's so sweet and delightful." 

About the video Steady Holiday's Dre Babinski says: 

The song is about tuning in and really paying attention to the atrocities happening every day on every scale, and how that can leave a person feeling dejected and small. My director (Joey Armario), cinematographer (Andy Chinn) and I (Dre) wanted to make something that very simply shares that same feeling of isolation. 

The concept for the Terror EP was born on November 9 when Steady Holiday's Dre Babinski woke up with a need to respond. Three new songs were written in a month and recorded the next, each dealing with our new reality in different ways. Those, along with a remix and home recording are collected on the forthcoming Terror EP.  Terror is out now  Infinite Best (Mr Twin Sister, Islands) digitally and on CD, the latter combined with Steady Holiday's acclaimed debut LPUnder the Influence. Terror features Josh Adams (Jenny Lewis) and was produced by Gus Seyffert (The Black Keys, Beck) and is available to pre-order now at Bandcamp.

Steady Holiday will be performing on September 22 at the Bootleg in Los Angeles with Dent May and has announced an October tour in Japan. All upcoming shows are listed below. 

Steady Holiday Tour Dates

September 22 - Los Angeles, CA @ The Bootleg (with Dent May)
October 1st - In-store show @ Tower Records (Shibuya)
October 2nd - Tokyo @ FEVER  
October 3rd - Tokyo @ Spincoaster Music Bar  
October 6th - Osaka @ CLAPPER 
October 7th - Nagoya @ K.D Japon
October 8 - Tokyo @ LUSH 
Steady Holiday - Terror / Under The Influence
Label: Infinite Best Recordings 
RIYL: Broadcast, Harry Nilsson, Blonde Redhead 
Open WaterYour Version of MeNo MatterUnder the InfluenceSo LongWhen I See ColorSuperstarOvercast WaltzNew HeavenTerrorMore Than One WayHalloween in NovemberNew Heaven (Deepsleeper remix)Language I Speak (1/28/17 home recording)

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