BACKYARD BABIES: Video Interview Posted Online

March 31, 2008

Austria's Mulatschag.TV has posted a three-minute interview with BACKYARD BABIES members Dregen (real name: Andreas Tyrone Svensson; lead guitar, backing vocals) and Nicke Borg (vocals, guitar). Watch the footage below.

BACKYARD BABIES is currently recording its sixth album with producer Jacob Hellner, who has previously worked with RAMMSTEIN, among other bands. According to Dregen, "We have written the strongest songs BACKYARD BABIES ever have written. And we will bang it on tape like it's the last recording ever. This album WILL have it all. You will laugh. You will cry. You will dance. You'll get high. I can't wait until you can hear it!"

BACKYARD BABIES released its fifth studio full-length album, "People Like People Like People Like Us", in April 2006 via Century Media Records. A video for the song "Dysfunctional Professional" can be viewed below.

BACKYARD BABIES' 1994 full-length debut, "Diesel and Power", was reissued in 2006 with a bonus track, "Lies", and the video for "Electric Suzy".

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