LOS ANGELES SINGER-SONGWRITER BAUM AFFIRMS HER SELF-LOVE WITH BODY POSITIVE BOP "THIS BODY"

by Arc Street Journal February 10 2018, 07:51 MUSIC - TRACKS

LOS ANGELES SINGER-SONGWRITER BAUM AFFIRMS HER SELF-LOVE WITH BODY POSITIVE BOP "THIS BODY"
LOS ANGELES SINGER-SONGWRITER BAUM AFFIRMS HER SELF-LOVE WITH BODY POSITIVE BOP "THIS BODY"

 

After a whirlwind breakthrough 2017 that saw her sign with CAA, perform w/ Grouplove & FRENSHIP, and release a one-two punch of debut bops "Hot Water" and "Effortless," Los Angeles based singer-songwriter BAUM  (née Sabrina Teitelbaum) returns with her latest defiant anthem "This Body."

 

The culmination of a long process toward self-love and body positivity for the young star, the feminist rallying cry was inspired by personal experiences with cat calling and a struggle with an eating disorder, with BAUM exuding her penchant for sly, take-no-prisoners hooks: "Dont call me barbie," she slurs, channeling the expert lyricism of the likes of Liz Phair and Fiona Apple. "Does it look like I own a fucking thing in pink?"

 

BAUM describes her style as 'natural grunge' and her sound pays homage to her affinity for old school rock music, with her gritty-soulful howl falling in the legacy of retro icons like Janis Joplin and Stevie Nicks. Hailing from a family of five siblings, BAUM strives to set an example for her two sisters through her music and lyrics, aiming to encapsulate her experiences as a young woman in the most honest way possible. Press play and enjoy the new track just below. 

 

 

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