Glasgow trio Baby Strange have ensured that there will be no slowing down in 2021 with the release of their new dancefloor anthem ‘Club Sabbath’.

The second single through record label Icons Creating Evil Art, the name of the track comes from the band’s notorious club nights held at The Priory on Sauchiehall Street, which has hosted live performances and DJ sets from bands including Fontaines D.C, Wolf Alice, DMA’s and The Chats.

Surrounded by Connaire McCann’s thumping drums, lead singer Johnny Madden starts proceedings by singing about getting ready for a night out after the daily slog at work, making sure his hairstyle isn’t messed up before heading to a club night that everyone goes to.

The song turns up a notch as the chorus kicks in, with the words “it’s all good, it’s alright” leaving an image in your head of a sold out Priory crowd bouncing up and down, nearly hitting the club’s low ceiling.

Although it could be argued that the new song has more of a disco feel than previous releases, the heavy guitar sound is still in place, making sure Baby Strange supporters continue to be impressed by the band’s near-flawless catalogue.

Following on from October’s belting ‘More! More! More!’, ‘Club Sabbath’ is now available to download and listen on all streaming services. Fans of the band will be pleased to know that they have announced a release date for their upcoming EP ‘Land of Nothing‘. The collection of songs will be available on April 30th, with a second album also being promised at some point in the year.