With their eagerly-awaited new album landing later next month, The Japanese House have now returned to share a brand new single.
The new track 'Sunshine Baby' comes accompanied by a stunning live performance video, directed by Sheila Johansson, and follows on from the previously shared outings ‘Sad To Breathe’ and ‘Boyhood’ in previewing their third LP 'In The End It Always Does', which is out on the 30th June via Dirty Hit.
Speaking about the new offering, the group's Amber Bain said, “Sunshine Baby is my nickname for my dog, and my ex and I alway used to lay on the beach together being sunshine babies. The chorus is kind of a submission to the end of our relationship, but singing it in a positive light. There's a transience in every part of a relationship, and in the circle of everything it comes back around.”
Watch the new live performance of 'Sunshine Baby' in the player below.