Hear the Japanese House’s dazzling dream-pop single featuring the 1975’s Matty Healy, “Sunshine Baby”
If you're looking for a little sunshine in your life, baby, look no further than the Japanese House.
Today, the Japanese House shared the latest single, "Sunshine Baby," off her upcoming sophomore album In The End It Always Does (out June 30 on Dirty Hit). The latest song from Amber Bain's indie-pop project is a dazed dream-pop number about the complex feelings that start to arise when you're giving yourself over to falling in love. It also features vocals from label mate and former tour mate Matty Healy of the 1975.
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The song follows the recent singles "Boyhood" and "Sad to Dream." It's also not the only feature on the forthcoming album. In The End It Always Does was co-produced by Bain, George Daniels of the 1975, and Chloe Kraemer, and also features Justin Vernon of Bon Iver fame and Katie Gavin of Muna, among others.
Listen to "Sunshine Baby" below and check out a live version of the song here.