2023 Year Roundup

2023 Year Roundup! This year flew by fast like Flash, yet before it disappeared, we released two new singles, one music video, and played 3 RAD live shows.

Earlier this year we released Big Truck REMIX, an electronic reimagining of one of our favorite tracks off of our album ‘Down In the Cornroots’
stream both versions on Spotify HERE:
( https://open.spotify.com/artist/6KYtYSmx5lbYf3ODoDJRbt?si=yOcI5XtvQIe6KhPbsh_xiA )

Our second single and Music Video for ‘SO CONFUSED’ was filmed with so many of our friends and a few former bandmates, after our set at Forkfest. Check out the Music Video on YouTube Here:
( https://youtu.be/qf88NV0hXSI?si=hC3tYtO2U0_rTbt8 )

We spent a lot of 2023 in the lab, working on new Singles and our Self Titled Second Album tentatively out for release in 2024. Keep your eye out for the pre-saves!

We also have started recording a Podcast we have Dubbed Baker Pod, be on the lookout for our clips and reels. We are diving deep into the world of Baker Explosion.

We wish all of our friends, family and fans a festive, fruitful and fun filled 2024. Thats alot of F’s!

Last Stand | Baker Explosion

Filmed during the planting and harvesting of Sacred Ponca Corn along the proposed Keystone XL pipeline route and the historic Ponca Trail of Tears at the Tanderup Family Farm near Neligh, Nebraska. “Last Stand” is a song about a movement of Farmers, Natives, and Activists standing up to protect our land and water from corporate greed in rural Nebraska.




We have been getting ready for a couple shows coming up.


Hear Nebraska’s Good Living Tour Norfolk. Free All Ages Concert.  Downtown Norfolk, Nebraska (Our set is at 5pm, Subject to change) Headliners include Kris Lager Band and the  Ambulanters.

Check out the event poster here: FORK FEST_Poster_2017



March to Give Keystone XL the Boot!

Hundreds of Nebraskans, along with Water Protectors and Pipeline Fighters from near and far, will come together in Lincoln on the eve of the week-long Keystone XL intervenor hearings at the Nebraska Public Service Commission, and march through the streets to send the message that Keystone XL is a threat to our land, water and climate, and not in the public interest. The march will begin at the Nebraska State Capitol (1445 K St., Lincoln, NE)



Rock The Block 2017 (Benefit for the Zone After School Program) 218 W Braasch Ave. Downtown Norfolk, Nebraska. $5 per person or $20 family.  (Kids zone, Food Trucks, Live Music, ect..)


I hope you join us to support some great organizations!
Hear Nebraska, Norfolk Arts Center, Bold NE and The Zone!