It is hard to imagine a more attention-grabbing description than "death doo-wop." But for the San Francisco band Nobody's Baby, this description is not merely a marketing ploy -- it is a mission statement.

Blending the carefree earnestness of 50s/60s doo-wop with observations of the oppressively grim present, Nobody's Baby are emerging as one of the most exciting musical voices of 2019. With a self-titled debut EP due out in just a couple months, the band is sharing its first single 'Life of a Thousand Girls.'

"'Life of a Thousand Girls' is about being an old soul who's lived life through hell and back, with a dash of been-here-done-that vibes," says the band, name-dropping Nick Cave and Shannon Shaw when explaining the song's "death-croon delivery."

You can stream 'Life of a Thousand Girls' up above and be on the lookout for the debut EP from Nobody's Baby, coming August 16. California readers/listeners can catch the group on tour this July. The dates can be found below.


18 July - Bottom of the Hill; San Francisco, CA
19 July - TBA; Los Angeles, CA
20 July - Tower Bar; San Diego, CA
21 July - Alex's Bar; Long Beach, CA
22 July - Riley's Tavern; Bakersfield, CA
23 July - TBA; Fresno, CA
24 July - The Catalyst Atrium; Santa Cruz, CA
25 July - The Blue Lamp; Sacramento, CA
26 July - The Dip; Redding, CA