2018-09-19T09:23:06-04:00 2018-09-18T22:48:50-04:00

Suzie True gives some good advice on "Don't Grow Up"

Suzie True is the latest scuzzy punk outfit to come out of sunny Southern California. The project started as Lexi McCoy's bedroom pop solo songs about dating skaters written with a bass guitar and drum machine. Since moving to Los Angeles, Suzie added drummer Sarah Pineapple and guitarist Gee Leonardo, transforming the solo songs into energetic garage pop. With a blue bob haircut and an affable nature, she embodies everything I love about “sad girl” music. The new single, “Don’t Grow Up,” offers a straightforward message about holding on to your youth. Check out the lo-fi oddball music video of Suzie galavanting around Hollywood Boulevard doing what all kids should be doing - causing trouble and goofing around.

Suzie True doesn't take herself too seriously. After all, she's "only twenty-three" but she feels like she's "seventeen." Sauntering around, eating cake off the Stars and coercing Darth Vader to spray her with a mouthful of whipped cream is all that matters in this tune that feels like a cross between "Where Eagles Dare" by the Misfits and "Primpsoll Punks" by Alvvays. While some may write off lo-fi music as too juvenile and unpolished, Suzie True proves that none of that matters. You can still write a catchy banger with the basics. 

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Alternative Rock · Grunge · Indie · Lo-Fi · Post-Punk · Premiere · Punk


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