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