SUSU Deliver New Single “Let’s Get High”​

Sparks of seductive riddims roll like waves on the NYC group’s sexy new song

SUSU

“A seductive, soulful, psychedelic, hard-rockin’ band” is how the iconic New Jersey music newspaper ​The Aquarian describes SUSU, the New York City-based duo comprised of lead vocalists and songwriters Liza Colby of The Liza Colby Sound and Kia Warren of Revel In Dimes.

Their sound is akin to the discovery of a lost collaboration between The Breeders and Marcia Griffiths since their respective bands merged together as Revel Sound three years ago for a residency at legendary haunt The Rose Bar at Gramercy Hotel, a jaw dropping performance at Webster Hall, and an exclusive appearance at sought after artist enclave The Surf Lodge.

“Let’s Get High” by SUSU

And on the fly high heels of their 5-song debut EP, Panther City, SUSU has ushered in 4/20 this past Monday with the sultry, hypnotic “Let’s Get High.”

Clocking in at a timely four minutes and twenty seconds, the songs slinks along like a classic slow burner from Veruca Salt produced by Tricky, and gets its point across without one mention of the ganja weed.

Give a listen down below, why don’t you.

 

VIDEO: SUSU “Let’s Get High”

 

 

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Ron Hart is the Editor-in-Chief of Rock and Roll Globe. Reach him on Twitter @MisterTribune.

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