WHAT YOUR EARS SAY & WHAT THE COVER LOOKS LIKE
WHAT WE SAY
Harking back to the days of wide eyed ecstasy awakenings for pint swilling scrappers & pale skinned British boys first introductions to sandals & decent hash on Ibiza, the new LP from Super FU for Paper Recordings channels that late 80s/early 90s wonder & neural rewiring into 2021 & throws in a bit of classic street soul for good measure. Summer is here.
WHAT THE RELEASE NOTES SAY
Following their first EP 'Cocoons' earlier in the year, we now have the main event. The self-titled debut album from Rich Hall, Paul Withey and Sarah Lazenby AKA 'Super FU' drops on Paper Wave and it truly is a thing of wonder.
Ten tracks span an array of sounds and styles with more than a tip of the hat to what we'd deem to be 'The B Word' (Balearic in case you were thinking anything smutty). There are touches of street soul, low slung house, psychedelia and pop that means the long player is hard to put in a box.
The production and instrumentation is slick throughout with vocals from both Paul and Sarah peppered across the tracks. It is music for hazy days and nights, boat parties, sunsets and driving back in the new convertible from buying a new Don Johnson jacket and espadrilles.
An album for fans of Everything But The Girl, Sade, Richard X and 90s Weatherall productions but it still sounds super fresh . So tuck in and jump on the Super FU freeway!
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OUR MISSION STATEMENT GOES SOMETHING LIKE THIS
Lazy Days, Hazy Moments & Dancing to a Slower Groove