Brixton’s Baytrees tell of a life less ordinary in new single ‘Stitches’

In Soul by Nick Russell

Soulful vibes from Brixton act Baytrees, who deliver brilliant harmonies with some dope production, touching on subjects which deliver life-affirming personal stories of childhood nostalgia and loss that you can still vibe to. Shotting food, escaping from bounces in Fabric and more can be expected here!  Lead singer and songwriter Mensah Hart says of the writing process: “Life is a massive inspiration for me to write songs. I could be singing about racial injustice, about a broken heart or having a fight, but the same rules apply – firstly, it has to have feeling, emotion and meaning. Writing and producing music is a form of therapy for me. In the studio is my happy place. Stitches is a song dedicated to my mother who sadly lost her battle with cancer last year. The songs are about my life, sneaking into clubs, selling pills as a teenager, navigating through adult hood, going to work drunk without any sleep and ultimately about never giving up on yourself and your dreams. The message has to be a positive one for me, there’s enough negativity out there and I don’t want to add to it.

Collectively, the members of the band have supported legendary acts such as The Sex Pistols, Kano, and The Rolling Stones!

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