Fresh off the release of “Dead Fred”—the newest single from the dynamic duo—Cammy and Johnny share some of their favorite BK spots
Last week, the duo comprised of Brooklyn BFFs Cammy Baby and Johnny Dynamite released their new single, “Dead Fred,” which the former described as “a song about loss and the way that we deal with emotions like grief.”
Check that out—as well as their 2019 album A Harrowing Account—and spend your weekend bouncing around to some of the band’s local staples, which they recently shared over email.
TELL US ABOUT YOUR FAVORITE…
Shout out Our Wicked Lady.
Troost, we like to walk in mid day to order a couple martinis.
Your Deal Food Corp. Hands down best selection and best price.
Baby: L&B Spumoni Gardens
Dynamite: I don’t eat cheese, so Pauly Gee’s Slice Shop
Love, Nelly… lovely service.
Flushing J/M. Lots of memories hanging in that area and going to Dynamite’s practice space.
When we meet up for brunch we just skip straight to the sushi lunch special at Beijing, Ridgewood. [Editor’s note: not Brooklyn, but CLOSE ENOUGH!]
We tend to stay out of parks, Cammy will get lost, however you can catch us walking down Wilson Ave.
Kanahashi in Greenpoint. This is where we go for fancy sushi.
Human Head. 25-cent recs on record store day. I’ll stock up for the year here.
Baby – Alcoholics Anonymous;
Dynamite – McDonald’s and RedBull.
+ ARTISTS’ CHOICE. ANYTHING ELSE YOU LOVE?
Shout out our family and friends and we love the person who runs our fan account on instagram and we also love to send it.
Follow Baby & Dynamite at @aharrowingaccount, snag their music on Bandcamp and add their tunes to your Spotify playlists ASAP!
Feature image provided by the band.