Los Angeles-based modern rocker Baby Fisher reveals a new stunning single ‘Rain’ via Atlantic Records/Arthouse Records
Baby Fisher says: “This song feels like the last scene of your favorite movie.” “It feels like finally getting over the ex that you can’t seem to stop thinking about. I gave this song everything I’ve got and I want you to devour it and then spit it back into my lovely eyeliner covered face. My songs are little slices of my life served like a fancy prosciutto platter strictly for your pretty ears. This song is a piece of me that I want to gift to you. This is yours to keep.”
“Rain” continues a remarkable run of emotionally charged new tracks from Baby Fisher, “This Is The End,” “Sick Of This,” and “Don’t Cut Your Hair,” all of which are joined by companion music videos – as well as intimate live performances, acoustic versions, and more – streaming now at his official YouTube channel.
Baby Fisher moved to Burbank at the age of 10 and at 12, began playing guitar. After just four months, he started gigging regularly at local blues bars, playing alongside with veteran studio musicians who had previously worked with the likes of Elvis Presley, Etta James, and more. Inspired, Fisher spent most of his high school years making music, reading, sewing his own clothes, and hanging out with kids that were way too old for him. Being the youngest, they called him Baby, bestowing upon him his distinctive musical moniker. Fisher continued to push his music forward, weaving sounds of classic 60s and 70s rock with 21st century energy and a one-of-a-kind lyrical perspective fueled by his love for “Charles Bukowski and a good viewpoint, driving at 2 am, and too many women who were far too pretty for me.”