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Don’t drink the water I’ll drink it anyway Too much to drink Too much to dream And it seems ok The psychedelic 4000s Yippie yippie yi yippie yippie yi yay Waiting for you to come home to my domesticated dream Give me a balcony Give me my own kitchen House and tree I’ll shout that it’s ok Wippie way yi wippie way The psychedelic 4000s Yippie yippie yi yippie yippie yi yay Waiting for you to come home to my domesticated dream
I tried to find a friend of mine, he left before I said goodbye, I'm gone And this before, the ceiling here is higher than I thought before I looked I'm mystified my live for you has grown scince the last full moon And I dreamt before we met I taught you an instrument but your hands fell down by your side, they fell, down by your side they fell (solo) And this before I found him now he's drowning in a pool of Sweat Blood And Tears Love is falling from the trees, it's the summertime there's a summer breeze it's here Fade out
Onions 02:26
The jokes were the same as the guy's that came before He did it better He gave us more We saw the truth In this outsiders drawl We all loved him He was adored he was adored The Small boy dances for the pleasure of the crowd Desperation for closeness in the mirror was found People on the sidelines see the slightest mistakes Too good to be true is a world not filled with hate Fearing for our lives, cause we see whats really there Too late to go back We're in outsiders care, outsiders care The Small boy dances for the pleasure of the crowd Desperation for closeness in the mirror was found The television says we are all like onions
Misery 02:34
I bought a rescue dog and I called it Misery And its a happy life if it ends in tragedy And if you want a ride I can't take you too far I was thrown out of the band cos they said I never gave enough (Oh boy don't give up playing that guitar) Please don't walk away before I get to tell you why I love you in every way but now its time to say goodbye Face down at the disco and the rest is all history And on the phone to grandma cos she gives me all her sympathy (I was young and foolish what a time that was) And memories they die if you never ask her while she's home And there's nothing on your mind till you realise you're wide awake at night reliving every...
I’ll pray on you The voices in my head Our pictures combine We develop together No mirrors in sight Messages unignored But I won’t go outside Until my soul is restored Lay down and sit beside me Lay down and sit beside me Circle around me for I need your help Crush temptation Yours is corrupt Our pictures combine We develop together I’ll go outside with you To collect our vice Until our souls are restored ignored Lay down and sit beside me Lay down and sit beside me Circle around me for I need your help I’ll pay you back in good health I’ll pay you back in good health
Just A Job 03:36
Wake up and next to me, my fish are looking hungry, its about time I gave them a meal - after that I'll feed myself, get up and dress myself, there's something about how I feel - Sitting by the window, listening to the traffic go Salem, someone says it's sunny it's bright and warm but I don't feel like going out it's just a job, just a job just a job no I don't feel like going out it's just a job, just a job, it's just a job (instrumental) Lying down awake and feeling misdirected, misdecided, confused alone and upset - Now is it all in my head, my central lobe now I am dead, I lifted myself off the floor and into / see defy Make sense to my I'm sure to find the reason I have lived here so many times before and now Chorus (I don't feel etc) Inst End


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London-based ‘indie-supergroup’ SUEP announce their long-awaited debut mini-album Shop, a collection of six oddball, car-boot-sale pop songs with a sprinkling of theatrical storytelling. Led by Georgie Stott (of Porridge Radio, Garden Centre) and Josh Harvey, SUEP was born out of a near-decade of playing in sheds and barns with like minded personnel, holding a mutual love for Paul McCartney, Jona Lewie, the B-52s, Devo and other performative freaks enjoying themselves.

Following a move to London from Brighton, the pair added George Nicholls (The GN Band, Joanna Gruesome, The Tubs), Will William Deacon (PC World, Garden Centre), and Ollie Chapman (Boil King) to the line-up. The five-piece take turns writing songs and taking the lead vocal duties in a wonderfully playful but coherent collaboration, with their debut mini-album Shop being a kaleidoscopic off kilter pop ride, taking the listener through haunted castles, deprived encounters, days lost to the imagination in bed, and through the integral friendships that give SUEP the energy to keep dancing to their own beat.

The album was arranged and recorded in the Red Lion Boys Club, an ex-youth centre in which Georgie and Josh both lived. Using equipment collected by Josh in his travels as a bootsale and market trader, the sports hall was transformed into a makeshift studio for a few days, with sessions conducted by producer Matthew Green (Sniffany & The Nits, The Tubs, etc.)

Mark Riley (BBC 6 Music) described SUEP’s debut single and album opener, ‘Domesticated Dream’ (2021) as “perfect pop music.” The joyfully kitsch track brims with a 70s Yamaha disco beat, deep bass, nostalgic drum machines, and hooky melodies. Possibly the most psychedelic and infectious track born out of lockdown, it tackles homelife, drinking too much, and making big plans that never come to fruition, but with a big technicoloured positivity for the future of the human-race, with the chorus’ refrain, “the psychedelic 4000s,” predicting the return of the psychedelic Age of Aquarius in a couple of millennia time.

The following single ‘Misery’ (2021) is pure cosmic swing-pop wizardry in part inspired by spy music and The Supremes. Ollie, The track’s baritone vocalist, describes it as “A love song disguised as a song about loss. It's about cherishing the things that matter but it’s also about having the courage to say goodbye,” with each line of the song a small story about a different character.

Whilst latest Shop taster ‘In Good Health’ is darkly euphoric like a pleasantly strange meeting of Siouxsie Sioux and Jona Lewie. It’s a playfully discombobulating mix of 80s jangly guitar, chirpy keyboard and moody post-punk tackling mental health, drug addiction, and the power of friendship, written after the song’s vocalist Georgie came out of hospital following a mental health crisis. “I wanted to write a song that encapsulated how important my relationships with my friends and boyfriend were at that time” she explains “…and one that also felt dark like I did at the time. I couldn’t go outside due to anxiety surrounding my health so I stayed inside for weeks. People would visit and watch films with me or let me tattoo them or make music with me. My community helped me recover.”

Elsewhere on Shop is ‘Just The Job’ fronted by Harvey and described by him as “About the relief of accepting a menial existence, and allowing life to be boring - but (within that) how the small things are the important ones, how pulling a sicky or extra long lunch break are important things to do for yourself, and how easy it is to miss the joy of every day once you get comfortable in a routine.” It’s an anthem for working people who’ve had enough - and a crowd favourite at SUEP gigs.

The darker undertones and post-punk angles of the Georgie-fronted ‘Onions’ is inspired by the crapness of cliques, with the band calling the song “A cry of welcome to all;” and finally the hooky ‘Friend of Mine,’ described as “A love letter to all the people that come and go throughout your life no matter how long you know them” - another number recalling Jona Lewie, mixed with a little sprinkling of Jonathan Richman in Harvey’s vocal delivery.


released January 27, 2023

Shop was recorded in February 2020 within two days with producer Matthew Green (Sniffany & The Nits, The Tubs, etc.) at Georgie and Josh’s old home, the Red Lion Boys Club youth centre in Surrey Quays, with the old sports hall being made into a makeshift studio. It was later mixed by Mike O’Malley (caroline, Girl Ray).


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