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Capturing Blondie's mid 70’s new wave era, and the 90’s alt-pop group The Cardigans- Babe Club’s sound is marked by raw guitars, textural synths, and lustrous drum beats. A clever songwriting style reminiscent of Aimee Mann, their alluring melodies are fused with powerfully evocative and existential lyrics, yielding songs that explore self-realization, honest emotions, friendship and themes of love.
Lead vocalist/songwriter Jenna Desmond grew up on Long Island NY and learned to play the piano at an early age. Promising herself she wouldn’t study music, for it was not a practical option, she moved to Charleston and studied psychology. There she inevitably became part of the music scene where she befriended future bandmate, Corey Campbell. Jenna and Corey had an immediate connection musically and began writing together. Corey was a classical pianist finishing up a music degree, and was touring as lead guitarist for indie rock band Susto. After graduation, Campbell taught Desmond how to play bass in order to tour with the group. They toured with the band for three years, where they honed in on their style and wrote some of their first songs. They left that group at the end of 2018 to form Babe Club.
In 2019, the band recorded their first EP in Atlanta, at Big Trouble Recording with Producer Dan Gleason (member of Grouplove), and Engineer TJ Eias (Liz Cooper, Manchester Orchestra).
Shortly after the EP was finished, Desmond messaged MEG HA on instagram, who at the time was promoting shows around town and asked her to write and collaborate. Meg helped out with creative direction for one of the band’s music videos, and then ended up becoming a member.