North America give it their all with their new single titled ‘My Baby’s No One’s Girl dropping today (August 8, 2019). At first listen North America gives the impression of a band that has been around much longer. A few decades longer, as a matter of fact. Just listen to ‘My Baby’s No One’s Girl’. The hook is monstrous and the guitars are perfect. This is a songwriters song in every way by being big in scope with a perfect marriage of vocals and music counterbalancing the melody while joining hands in the harmony. The guitars have that dirty gritty brilliance that makes the track a future classic with every note in place. Brilliant.
About North America
East London quintet North America return with their latest offering ‘My Baby’s No One’s Girl’. Written, recorded, produced and released by the band themselves, My Baby’s No One’s Girl encapsulates North America’s infectious energy and charm with its soaring guitar work and lyrical poetics.
Narrated by frontman P.F. Phillip, the song is a candid letter of warning about a lover slipping through your fingers. Describing those intimate moments of a relationship they thought would never end, My Baby’s No One’s Girl is a realization of being blinded by love as fond memories turn to bittersweet retrospect.
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North America is a London based 5-piece creating viscerally energetic and introspective indie-rock that embodies the anthemic quality of their songwriting. Hailing from São Paulo and California, frontman P.F. Phillip met guitarists Gabe Coulter, Jack Rennie, bassist Sandro Giacometti, and drummer Sam Roberts at the world-famous Metropolis Studios before forming North America in 2017 over a refined appreciation of trashy American comedies and questionable pizza joints.
Fresh from their main stage support for The Lightning Seeds at Create Festival, North America head into the studio to record their debut EP offering.
Featured image by Adam Williams.
“Indie-rock at its purest”
– Substream Magazine
“Energetic and youthful… they charmed the hell out of me”
– We All Want Someone To Shout For
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– Tipping Point