– Three young musicians known for stunning and heartwarming contemporary pop music interpretations. Baba Shrimps shot to prominence after releasing...Read Biography
Three young musicians known for stunning and heartwarming contemporary pop music interpretations. Baba Shrimps shot to prominence after releasing their debut “Neon” and the band found itself playing gigs in over 200 clubs and festivals, and supporting Kings of Leon and Kodaline.
Their second album Road to Rome was produced by David Kosten (Faultline) and released in June 2017. Unplugged videos, recorded on the their “Road to Rome” tour in Switzerland, Germany, South Korea, the UK and Italy show the bands abilities to adapt and rearrange their songs into new versions and collaborate with local artists. After over 140 concerts and 25`000 miles on the road, the band finally reached their long-awaited destination: Rome. With major media coverage of their “finale grande”, shows and livestreams out of their camper. Baba Shrimps accomplished what they set out to do. A vision became reality - “A dream is a dream is a street”.
Baba Shrimp’s Hurry Hurry was chosen to be the official Swiss anthem for the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympics. "Hurry Hurry" aired on Swiss TV, online and radio broadcasts while the band actually traveled to South Korea, to support the athletes and play their hymn for the Swiss medalists.
Initialized by «Weltklasse Zürich» Baba Shrimps and two US track and field athletes – Sandi Morris & Noah Lyles (Nojo18) - we`re brought together to write and record a Song. The single Souvenir was released at the 8th of July 2019.
„Same As You“ was written and recorded in collaboration with disabled singers and musicians from the foundation Pigna. The project highlights the voice and strong emotions of sometimes overlooked people in our society and while merging with the contemporary pop music of Baba Shrimps. „Same As You“ was released in November 2019. Visit www.sameasyou.ch for more in depth Information on the project.