The Aces Debut “Baby Who,” A Very Sunny Breakup Jam

It’s from the Utah soft-rock group’s debut album, I Don’t Like Being Honest.

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"Four girls about to rule the world" emblazons the homepage for Orem, Utah pop-rock group The Aces. After listening to "Baby Who," a new song off the soft-rock group's debut EP, I Don’t Like Being Honest, that declaration sounds about right. Debuting below, it's an extremely groovy, sunny-sounding kiss-off to an ex.

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"When we wrote ‘Baby Who’ we had just signed our first record deal. We were packed in this small room in Los Angeles with only a guitar and laptop," frontwoman Cristal Ramirez wrote in an email to The FADER. "The energy was crazy and electric and we just felt really excited and empowered. ‘Baby Who’ is about not needing anyone or anything but yourself to be happy. A lot of people think ‘Baby Who’ is about a person or specifically a relationship, but for us it's about overcoming anything in your life that's holding you back." Listen below.

I Don’t Like Being Honest is out June 23 on Red Bull Records.
The Aces Debut “Baby Who,” A Very Sunny Breakup Jam