Formed by frontman Lorenzo in late 2001, Baby Woodrose started out as a side project to the psychedelic stoner group On Trial, which since the early 90's had released intoxicating drug-induced rock music that turned its users into sheer liquid. One album on Germany's SPV label and several for the UK-based Delerium/Molten Records saw the band tour vigorously in Europe, but one day Lorenzo got tired of sitting behind the drums, so he embarked on a solo project he decided to call Baby Woodrose (named after the Hawaiian flower).
One album on Germany's SPV label and several for the UK-based Delerium/Molten Records saw the band tour vigorously in Europe, but one day Lorenzo got tired of sitting behind the drums, so he embarked on a solo project he decided to call Baby Woodrose (named after the Hawaiian flower).
Lorenzo, playing all the instruments himself, recorded 15 songs in less than a week and released an album on his own label. Four years later, Baby Woodrose, now a trio, have released numerous 7" singles and 4 full-lengths (a live album and a full cover/tribute album) on the independent label Bad Afro Records.
In 2004, Baby Woodrose was nominated for a Danish Music Award (didn't win it!). The band went on to win Danish National Radio's most-sought-after award, the P3 Gold Award. Among several European tours were a much-talked-about appearance on Roskilde Festival's main stage, a ?not so good? drug bust in Norway, and collaborations with some of Scandinavia's most-recognized rock bands.
Now in 2006, the trio are ready to release their most ambitious effort yet, the album "Love Comes Down." It will be released as a joint venture between the band's own label, Spinello, and Scandinavia's premier alternative-music distributor, Playground Music.
The album has been a long time coming, and we can now let you in on a little secret: Some sassy rock 'n' roll is on its way! The trio have expended their palette ever so slightly; this album features both sugar-sharp bubble-gum punk and the broken-man's heartache on bitter skewers of citric acid!
It sounds as though it had been cut with the macabre precision of a surgeon with a buzz saw! The album was recorded in Copenhagen and Helsinki and was produced by German expatriate J?rgen Hendlmeier in the Land of the Thousand Lakes. Stone-cold, yet sexy and very contagious!