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SUUNS Share New Song “Wave”, West Coast Tour Dates

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Experimental Montreal-based rock trio SUUNS share the Ilyse Krivel-directed music video for their new song “Wave.” Watch it below.

Engineered by Adrian Popovich at Mountain City Recording Studio in July 2022, “Wave” has evolved over the past year and a half of touring in support of SUUNS’ 2021 album The Witness.

“While touring (in support of) The Witness, between plane rides, car rides, van rides, and text threads, we started working on new music,” explains vocalist/guitarist Ben Shemie. “New sounds and a new approach seemed to take shape while testing new material. What started to emerge were really slow songs, some strange experimentations, and some unclassifiable jams. Amongst these tunes, “Wave” emerged. One of SUUNS’ simplest songs, drawing on our classic rock and roll background and a nod to our Montreal brethren The Besnard Lakes.”

“Wave” is available now at DSPs and as a limited edition lathe cut 7″ available exclusively from Joyful Noise Recordings’ website and at the merch table at SUUNS’ upcoming West Coast dates.

SUUNS tour dates

Thursday, Feb. 9 – San Diego, CA @ Soda Bar
Friday, Feb. 10 – Los Angeles, CA @ Lodge Room Highland Park
Saturday, Feb. 11 – Sacramento, CA @ The Starlet Room
Sunday, Feb. 12 – Oakland, CA @ The New Parish
Tuesday, Feb. 14 – Boise, ID @ Neurolux
Wednesday, Feb. 15 – Portland, OR @ Doug Fir Lounge
Thursday, Feb. 16 – Seattle, WA @ Sunset Tavern
Friday, Feb. 17 – Bellingham, WA @ The Shakedown
Saturday, Feb. 18 – Vancouver, BC @ Cobalt Hotel (SRO)

Get your tickets HERE.



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