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Spunsugar releases third single entitled “San Jose” from new upcoming album “A Hole Forever”. Pre-order vinyl album now.



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Swedish three-piece Spunsugar is releasing DIY-chic music video for new track “San Jose”, the third single off their upcoming new album “A Hole Forever”, with forthcoming sophomore album due to release on 17th November 2023.

”This song is an homage (and sort of a response) to the Dione Warwick song “Do you know the way to San José” (1968). This is a song about dreams, mainly, broken ones. About pumping gas for the people who achieved theirs. Fittingly, this song has a beachy indie vibe paired with a grungey sound. It lulls you in with a crisp coolness, and then hits you with a distorted riff that chugs away under breathy shoegaze vocals”.

Growing up farmer offsprings, bible belt kids of fundamentalists and trailer trash in small towns of Sweden, Spunsugar are based in Malmö, Sweden and consist of band members Cordelia Moreau, Elin Ramstedt and Felix Sjöström.. Each member carries a separate musical background, leading to a melting pot of their distinct influences. Some of the group’s most cherished artists are Cocteau Twins, Red House Painters, Hole, Electric Youth, Ramones,and Misfits.

Spunsugar dropped their critically acclaimed debut album “Drive-Through Chapel” in 2020 and an EP “Things That I Confuse” in 2021, leading to an abundance of media support from Steve Lamacq at BBC Radio 6 Music, The Independent, The Line of Best Fit, Nothing but Hope and Passion, and more. They recently released two singles titled ‘Skin Unwell’ on 14th June 2023, and “It Never Gave Me Anything” on 18th August 2023 that has set the tone for the band’s impending electrifying releases.

Spunsugar’s new LP “A Hole Forever” will further discuss dense topics and expose the realities of coming to terms with internal shame. The album tackles themes about getting older and confessing dark secrets with the mindset that life is a slow death.