The Japanese House has teamed up with fellow Dirty Hit label Mattie Healy for new single “Sunshine Baby.” It’s the latest preview of In the end he always doesAmber Bain’s second studio album under the moniker.
Bain co-produced the dreamy, soulful “Sunshine Baby” with Chloe Kraemer and Healy’s The 1975 bandmate George Daniel. On the track, she fondly recalls a past relationship that was never meant to be fulfilled with the help of Hailey’s vocals. “I miss being in love,” Bean sings. “I miss the feeling you get / When someone wears like a glove.”
“Sunshine Baby” is the nickname for my dog, and my ex and I would always lie on the beach together as babies in the sun,” Payne said in a statement. “The chorus is kind of a homage to the end of our relationship, but she sings it in a positive light. There is a transitional period in every part of a relationship, and in the circle of everything you come back around.”
Listen to the studio version of “Sunshine Baby” and watch a live performance video below.
Watch the Sheila Johansson-directed live performance video of “Sunshine Baby” below.
In the end he always does Drops June 30 via Dirty Hit; Pre-orders are ongoing. Following up on The Japanese House 2019 debut, Good at fallingAlso includes the previous singles “Boyhood” and “Sad to Breathe”.
As for Matty Healy, his rumored affair with Taylor Swift led to a bump in the flow in The 1975 catalog. You can catch the band on the European festival circuit this summer by picking up tickets via StubHub, where orders are 100% guaranteed through our program. FanProtect from StubHub.