Bakers Eddy release video for 'If You See Kay'

Melbourne-based Kiwi ex-pats, Bakers Eddy, have just released a video for their latest single, ‘If You See Kay’. The track follows the release of their previous rock anthem, ‘Jack Shit For You’.

‘If You See Kay’ was produced by Tom Larkin and Jon Grace of "The Studios in the City". The track is the second single off the newly-minted Melbournians upcoming EP.

The track is getting great love in Australia with Hysteria Magazine featuring it on their top 20 Chart for the past three weeks, as well as the act being named by Don’t Bore Us as one of their new favourite bands. ‘If You See Kay’ has also been picked up by AAA Backstage.

“’If You See Kay’ is a modern cautionary tale, involving a fictional character and sex drugs and rock and roll,” according to the band. “A punk track through and through with dirty drums, fuzzed up gats and rowdy vocals, the track is as subtle as a nail through the foot and as charming as the cheating fuckface that it is about.”

Having formed in 2009 as an escape from adolescent pressures and career expectations, Bakers Eddy found their sound listening to two and three chorded punk songs.

With the original line-up consisting of vocalist CJ Babbington, drummer Jamie Gordon, and bassist Ian Spagnolo, the band expanded to include Ian’s twin brother Alex Spagnolo two years later. “We got sick of him playing PS3 in the same room while we rehearsed, so we taught him an A chord and then he was in.”

For the next two years, the band would go through a few name changes, a few first relationships, and experiment with different genres and substances.

In 2015 the band recorded and released two singles and an EP, as well as touring New Zealand throughout the year, clocking up supports with the likes of Gang of Youths, The Rubens, and US band Highly Suspect – all whilst avoiding going to uni or getting real jobs.

By the end of 2016, they decided to throw themselves well out of their comfort zone and move to Melbourne where they teamed up with producer and drummer of Shihad, Tom Larkin.