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Sorry Mom Shares “Shaving My Legs” From Upcoming Debut Album “babyface”

Photo by Meghan Marshall

Brooklyn, NY-based punk trio Sorry Mom have released a brand new track “Shaving My Legs” from their upcoming debut full-length album babyface out May 12th. What started as a group of college friends playing music together quickly evolved into something bigger. The femme punk band chronicles queer experiences and suburban despair through a nostalgic punk sound, and this new track kicks off immediately with a driving beat and distorted guitars. Speaking on the new song, Sorry Mom shares:

“’Shaving My Legs’ is the first track off our upcoming album, babyface, and is an introduction to the album’s overall exploration of suburban despair,” the band shares. “This track explores the feeling of being trapped, of promising again and again to start tomorrow while tomorrow never seems to come.

They continue: Shaving My Legs’ centers the feeling of needing to be stronger, or more ‘normal’, to overcome what everyone else seems to have already overcome on their own.

Check out the album art and track list below:

babyface Tracklisting:

  1. Shaving My Legs
  2. Hiccup
  3. Getting Sick
  4. You Scare Me (VIRGINIA WOOLF)
  5. Town Clown
  6. Enema
  7. awesome party, reprise!
  8. Seafood
  9. wire mother
  10. I Saw Jesus Hanging on a Basketball Hoop
  11. Teeth
  12. Stoop Kid
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To celebrate the release of their debut album, Sorry Mom will head out on a tour of the north east this may, concluding at Boston Music Festival. Check out the dates below and snag a ticket here.

  • May 18 – Washington, DC – DC9
  • May 19 – Philadelphia, PA – Milkboy
  • May 20 – Brooklyn, NY – Saint Vitus
  • May 21 – Portsmouth, NH – Press Room
  • May 23 – Burlington, VT – Higher Ground
  • May 24 – Hamden, CT – Space Ballroom
  • May 28 – Boston, MA – Boston Calling
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