Shares new single "Fallss"
After releasing his debut album last year via City Slang, Austin-based artist Bayonne is sharing a new stand alone single 'Fallss' ahead of his upcoming European tour. Bayonne is set to play a sold out London show at The Waiting Room on Feb 15th.
Speaking about the track, Bayonne, aka Roger Sellers, said:
"'Fallss' was written with a pretty broad meaning. I think it's mostly about the emotional state of mind I was in while going through a big life transition as a man in his mid-late 20s, taking on my music full time while striving for growth and getting better as a person and songwriter. It's the bitter sweet ride that comes with big changes in life."
Bayonne's debut, Primitives, came out last year via City Slang. It is a rich, complex work, the kind with no clear rock parallel. In its winding, maze-like structures are hints of both Steve Reich and Owen Pallett, each instrument working a single melodic pattern over and over and over, as Sellers threads his soft, reedy voice between them.
Having previously played shows with the likes of Two Door Cinema Club, Caribou, Neon Indian, Chairlift, Thundercat, Battles & Peter Bjorn and John, Bayonne is set to embark on a run of European tour dates this February.
15 Feb - The Waiting Rooms, London, UK (SOLD OUT)
16 Feb - Le Grand Mix - Tourcoming, France (Tickets)
17 Feb - Pop Up Du Label, Paris, France (Tickets)
18 Feb - Generic Festivals, Besancon, France (Tickets)
19 Feb - Generic Festivals, Dijon, France (Tickets)
20 Feb - Witloof Bar, Brussels, Belgium (Tickets)
B I Z Z A R R E
Bayonne - Fallss