SUEP is a new project that pilfers members of some of our favourite bands.
Led by SuepLord – who also plays in Porridge Radio – the line up is joined by Brian Wastefield (UK Top Model) and close friends T-Mr.9, GN, and Freakin' Deacon.
Deft, left of centre guitar pop with a thirst for the theatrical, SUEP deconstruct pop tropes in order to find a fresh space to assert themselves.
New single 'Domesticated Dream' fizzes and spurts with a life of its own, matching a wonky Yamaha key line to nostalgia-laden drum machine sounds.
A defiantly home-made alt-pop brew, 'Domesticated Dream' is about staying at home, drinking perhaps a little too much, and making plans their never quite reach realisation.
As SuepLord expands…
“It’s about not having enough money or time to acquire stuff that you want because of capitalism, and about wanting someone to share your life with in a cosy and settled way.”
The 70s styled, DIY clip for 'Domesticated Dream' airs through Clash, shot at an old MOT centre in Fulham.
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