Capturing emotional tenderness, romantic infatuation and rippling with nostalgia, Los Angeles / Nashville duo Baseball Game share dreamy new single "Woman".
The creative partnership of Adam Carpenter and Jason Bennett, Baseball Game’s signature sound ripples with nostalgia. The duo pulled their name from a defining childhood memory, finding artistic inspiration from a moment of embarrassment rather than fall victim to its vices.
Capturing the tenderness of romantic infatuation and emotional sincerity, “Woman” is a dreamy cut from the Los Angeles-meets-Nashville duo. Filled with velvety guitar licks and woozy synth patterns, the track rocks gently like a warm summer breeze, intoxicated by the heady pollen and dappled sunlight. Carpenter’s vocals ache with romantic desire, longing for snatches of shared moments and enamoured exchanges with a partner.
“‘Woman’ originated from a demo made last spring”, the duo explain of their new single. “We wanted the song musically to feel like we were in a trance, the same way we felt when watching random YouTube videos of people dancing to slow disco from the 70s without sound.
“It’s a moment of desperation and infatuation. The feeling of settling or even reaching for something you weren’t yourself expecting to want.”