The power-pop/garage rockers The Kurt Baker Combo are “Sick of Waiting,” so check out our exclusive premiere of their new video of the same name! It’s off the band’s latest record Let’s Go Wild!, that was released in May through Wicked Cool Records (which you can get right here). Wicked Cool happens to be Steven Van Zandt’s record label, which also released The Kurt Baker Combo’s previous record In Orbit (2016).

Let’s Go Wild! expands on the power pop foundation that was established by In Orbit, with the four-piece stretching their boundaries and finding their rhythm. Regarding Let’s Go Wild!, Kurt said, “There was a definite intent to go into uncharted musical territory for the Combo with this record. I think we were successful because it still sounds like us, but it’s different.”

Speaking specifically about the “Sick of Waiting” music video, Kurt noted: “The Kurt Baker Combo like to play no frills straight forward rock n’ roll music, so in that tradition here’s our new video… just us playing our tune ‘Sick of Waiting!’ We filmed it at a little club in León, Spain that has some nice colored lights and some comfy couches. We’re sick of waiting around, so we will be coming to a town near you soon to play this song and a few more! Cheers!”

In support of the record, the band has already blazed through countries such as Spain, France, Germany, Switzerland and plans to head back to Germany and the Netherlands following their U.S. tour.

Kurt Baker Combo Tour Dates:

10/31 – Portland ME @ Portland House of Music and Events
11/01 – Dover NH @ Dover Brickhouse
11/02 – New Haven CT @ Café 9
11/03 – Ringwood NJ @ Live at Drews
11/04 – Washington DC @ Slash Run
11/05 – Baltimore MD @ The Sidebar Tavern
11/06 – Wilmington DE @ 1984
11/07 – Philadelphia PA @ PhilaMOCA
11/08 – Beacon NY @ Quinn’s
11/09 – New York NY @ The Bowery Electric
11/10 – Somerville MA @ Sally O’Brien’s

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