Steady Holiday Goes For Adds

Posted on Apr 10, 2017
Steady Holiday Goes For Adds

Steady Holiday is Dre Babinski. Just over a year ago, she could be found playing in bands around LA, opening for Fitz and the Tantrums and Fun., and making a record with some friends from Dr. Dog. She enjoyed the side-woman life, but longed for an outlet of her own. Writing and recording in secret, she developed a body of work about hidden desire itself. Her first single as Steady Holiday, “Your Version of Me,” was released to immediate praise, garnering more than 200,000 streams in a month and leading to a well-received performance at the 2016 Coachella Festival. Her debut LP, Under the Influence, was released in June; in September she opened for Unknown Mortal Orchestra at the Santa Monica Pier; in October, she toured with Islands; at the end of the year, LA Weekly named her the city’s Best Solo Artist. In the spring of 2017, she’ll open for Clap Your Hands Say Yeah and Mitski.

In the wake of the 2016 election, Babinski wrote and recorded three new songs, each dealing with our new reality in different ways. They are collected now on the Terror EP, which is rounded out by a gorgeous remix and a home recording of a new, hopeful song to light the way forward. Featuring Josh Adams (Jenny Lewis) and produced by Gus Seyffert (The Black Keys, Beck), the Terror EP is being released by Infinite Best (Mr. Twin Sister, Islands).

Watch the video for “Terror” below:

The Terror EP has been bundled with her latest LP, Under the Influence, and is at radio now. Steady Holiday is also currently on tour with Mitski!

04/11 – Harlow’s – Sacramento, CA
04/12 – Catalyst Atrium -Santa Cruz, CA *
04/13 – The Fillmore – San Francisco, CA *
04/18 – Valley Bar – Phoenix, AZ #
04/19 – Irenic – San Diego, CA %
04/20 – The Glass House – Pomona, CA %

* = w/ Mitski, Kahdja Bonet
% = w/ Mitski, Springtime Carnivore
# = w/ Clap Your Hands Say Yeah

“Sobering and introspective lyrics combined with dreamy, wafting melodies reminded me of Rozi Plain, or early work from the Shins. It’s the perfect soundtrack for moments of self-reflection… Steady Holiday creates a sound that is truly her own.” -KCRW

RIYL: Julia Holter, Cate Le Bon, Weyes Blood, Springtime Carnivore, Mitski, Jenny Lewis, Tennis

Recommended Tracks: Track 2, “Your Version Of Me,” Track 1, “Open Water, Track 10, “Terror,” Track 4, “Under The Influence,” Track 7, “Superstar,” Track 11, “More Than One Way”

Label: Infinite Best

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