Based in California, the fiercely independent three-piece band Secret Babies is known for its lyrical, evocative songs and quirky music videos. Playing sparse, uplifting post-Grunge music, this female-fronted Indie Pop/Rock group is like "Natalie Merchant fronting Death Cab for Cutie." In addition to radio play across the UK and Ireland, their songs appear in numerous productions, including a global TV campaign for P&G Clearblue Fertility Monitor, a Random House Publishing promotional video, and as the theme for a Catalonian political campaign.
"Brimming with infectious and irresistible songs that instantly bury themselves in your head, pushing their melodic roots all the way into your brain and effortlessly flourishing." - Alternative Ulster Magazine - "Quietly resplendent, self-assured, and shimmering sweet pop tunes." - BBC - "A unique and endearing sound that is as gripping and emotional as it is sparkling and uplifting - you won’t be help to yourself from falling under their captivating spell." - The Limerick Independent
A jazzy upbeat acoustic pop tune about the missed connections and misunderstandings that keep new relationships interesting. Features a subtle female vocal and sassy trumpet solo. Great for coffeshop scenes, new romance, bright and breezy commercials with an easy-listening vibe. Female Vocals, Pop, Acoustic Pop
A flowing, plaintive, piano-led ballad with a touching female vocal, supported by some subtle strings, bass and mellow harmonies. Works great in love scenes, romantic comedies, dramas, breakup scenes, heartfelt moments. Great for eco-friendly, positive ads, nature, air, recycling, renewable energy. Female Vocals, Pop, Lilith Fair
Lonely piano tune: syncopated strings bring the moodiness front and center, angsty and rolling. Stirring piano, with celtic-influenced violin joining halfway through. Works great for emotional scenes in films or drama, break-up or heartache, loss of a loved one. Instrumental, Pop, Piano Pop
Lonely acoustic track about a woman alone at night, reflecting on the things not said, missed chances, backed with mellow strings and acoustic guitar. Sounds like Jewel or Natalie Merchant. Great for subtle scenes, coffeeshops, late night reflections. Mixed Vocals, Pop, Acoustic Pop