NEWS: Baby Queen unleashes liberating new single, 'Nobody Really Cares' 3

NEWS: Baby Queen unleashes liberating new single, ‘Nobody Really Cares’

Gen Z’s favourite anti- hero, Baby Queen, has just released her empowering new single, ‘Nobody Really Cares,’ via Polydor Records. This fierce, smart, witty track is described by Baby Queen as being “about realising it’s okay to be yourself and do exactly what makes you happy” She says, “I think it’s really liberating to know that nobody cares about your self expression as much as you think they do, so filtering yourself to please them is pointless.” You can watch her whip smart video here:

Baby Queen recently described her sound as anti pop; a genre she defines as the sound of a generation that is “sick and f*cking tired of it.”

Nobody Really Cares’ follows on from the soaring success of ‘Colours Of You’,  a track written especially for Netflix’s smash hit LGBTQ+ drama ‘Heartstopper.’ It has been streamed 5.5 million times so far and has been embraced by the Heartstopper community world wide .

In April, Baby Queen fans were thrilled at her headline show at Camden’s Electric Ballroom when she invited the Heartstopper cast to join her onstage to sing the final chorus of ‘Colours Of You.’

Since the release of her celebrated 2021 mixtape, The Yearbook, Baby Queen has been described by the NME as ‘A Future Leader of Pop’ and was included in ‘BBC Sounds of 2022’ list as one to watch.

Following her own sold-out headline tour in April, she hits the road again as she joins Olivia Rodrigo on the European and UK-leg of her ‘SOUR’ world tour in July. With a summer of festivals and future projects to be announced, 2022, it looks looks set to be a significant year for this Queen.

Baby Queen will be supporting Olivia Rodrigo’s ‘SOUR’ world-tour on the below dates:



2nd  – O2 Academy, Glasgow

3rd – O2 Apollo, Manchester

4th– O2 Academy, Birmingham

6th – Eventim Apollo, London

7th  – Eventim Apollo, London



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