Banoffee Announces Debut Album “Look At Us Now Dad”

The Aussie musician (not the pie) is releasing a record February 21 via Cascine. 

Australian artist Martha Brown a.k.a. Banoffee (which, yes, is also a type of English dessert pie made from bananas, cream, and toffee) is releasing her debut album featuring collaborations with SOPHIE, CupcakKe, and Empress Of. The latter collaborates on the first single out of the gate, “Tennis Fan,” with a video directed by Quinn Whitney Wilson.

Look At Us Now Dad is a story of survival detailing abuse, sadness, and loss. She wrote it after moving to Los Angeles from Melbourne following a period of mental strife. 

Here, the icy blonde—whose eyebrows, it must be said, are undoubtedly on fleek—performs “Tennis Fan,” a song in which Brown insists “I do what I can, I don’t play games / Never been a tennis fan / not in my nature to play.” On a tennis court, she’s joined by Empress Of’s Lorely Rodriguez, who canoodles Banoffee and spits lyrics like “I’m hearing the shit you’ve been spreading / the peanut butter you’re saying sticks to the top of my mouth.”

Pre-order Look At Us Now Dad here and watch the music video below. 

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