Baby I'll Play
The Thomas Oliver Band's second single 'Baby, I'll Play'
The single mixed by Mu from Fat Freddy's Drop and mastered in LA by the infamous Stephen Marcussen who cut his teeth on Stevie Wonder's platinum seller 'Hotter Than July', is the title track of the Wellington band's forthcoming album 'Baby I'll Play'.
'Baby, I'll Play' follows the success of 'Goin' Home' released in February and selected for the Best Music Video category at the Rushes SOHO Shorts Festival in London. A second video from Weta Productions director Jennifer Quinlin accompanies the new single.
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Blues, Country, Pop, Rock, World/Folk