BAITS

Baits by Kurt Prinz
Baits (c) Kurt Prinz

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Genre(s): Indie/Alternative, Rock/Metal
From: Vienna, Austria
Management: rhythmandclues77@gmail.com
Label: www.noiseappeal.com/artists/baits/
Booking: diggi@laessig.rocks
www.laessig.rocks/baits/
Contact: baitsvienna@gmail.com
Website: www.baitsmusic.com
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BIOGRAPHY

BAITS are a force of nature that you shouldn’t miss – no matter if live on stage, pressed on vinyl or on social media. On their debut album “Never Enough”, released in early 2021, they have proven immense catchiness. Hookline after hookline smacks you in the face, often at high speed. The rough edges of the band are special: Sonja’s furious, melancholic voice and wild (or playful) guitar solos harmonize perfectly with dynamic drums and powerful, sometimes weird bass lines. Not only do they manage to capture the raw energy of many 90’s indie bands, but they also venture deep into the pop zone. In 2022 they released more anthems on their “Bring Your Friends” EP. At SZIGET festival they created the earliest circle pit in festival history at 4.30 pm.

Their latest singles “Compost Face”&”Stuck AF” have been on Spotify editorial playlists for weeks and are regularly featured on radios all over Europe.


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