Blessed with a melodic cacophony that veers away from the standard, formulaic rock song, they drive straight at you with an unabashed zealouness that makes you want to dance and break things at the same time. Their live show will keep you dancing and smiling the whole time.


Formed in the musical hotbed that is Steve Lord's basement, there was only one direction this band was headed, and that was straight into the hearts and minds of music enthusiasts. When Baker aren't busy playing shows they can usually be found in a cozy, decrepit practice space concocting a mad symphony of energy and sonic beauty, much to the delight of their ever-growing fan base.
With a much anticipated debut album nearing completion (due out later this year), their wide array of influences and high-energy live performances has both critics and fans alike raving. The buzz surrounding this band at the moment is simply infectious.


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Baker have their first full-length album due out in Fall 2007.

Set List

The set list changes from show to show but usually consists of about 10 originals and the occasional cover. Baker has covered songs from George Harrison, Black Sabbath, Michael Jackson, Weezer, Nirvana, Oasis ZZ Top and Huey Lewis & the News.