Dancing through the kind of reassurance that only comes when care is instinctive, the track is a blissful proclamation of enduring support. The verses face up to how hard it can be to admit you need help when "all I had to say was something dumb like I really need you," whilst the choruses offer the sweet burst of relief that comfort can offer when it's found. 

Layered guitar lines forge a turbulent setting around Naomi Baguley's dulcet vocals, searing refrains and delicate harmonies intertwining to create a track that proves to be just as spellbinding as it is storming. 

"'I don’t mind' is a sweet phrase," Baguley explains of the track. "It’s supportive and comforting, not as passive as it seems. Whatever you are going through or whatever you need to be – I don’t mind."

"I Don't Mind" is released with B-side "Rest In Peace Kurt Donald Cobain (1967-1994)" via Beech Coma on 2 December, and is available to pre-order now. A 7" of the single will be released in January. 


  • 4 - Manchester, Fallow Café


  • 3 - Nottingham, Rough Trade
  • 4 - Brighton, Hope & Ruin
  • 5 - Sheffield, Picturehouse Social
  • 7 - Leeds, Brudenell Social Club
  • 8 - Newcastle, Think Tank
  • 9 - Bristol, Roll For The Soul
  • 11 - Cambridge, The Blue Moon
  • 12 - London, The Shacklewell Arms