When we caught up with Bailey Crone back in November, she was shifting back into recording mode with her Bathe Alone project after touring with Vacations and Last Dinosaurs. A month after she shared the dreamy single “Archive 81” (named after the Netflix series of the same name), she unleashed another new track called “Call Me Back,” which takes a more experimental approach to dream pop as it unravels into a soothing instrumental that soundtracks various voicemail messages—both automated and personal.
It’s this track (sans the voicemails) that Crone brought to her recent “Neighborhoods” set outside Standard Electric Recorders in Scottdale, Georgia, near Decatur. The converted church where the band records all of their music stands out against the dusky sky to create an interesting backdrop for the five-piece ensemble as they bring the single to life. Check out the performance below, and expect new music from Bathe Alone soon—as well as an appearance at SXSW in March.