Stream: Suckers
    • TUESDAY, APRIL 03, 2012

    • Posted by: Don Saas

    Brooklyn art-rockers Suckers will be releasing their newest LP Candy Salad 4/24, and a new track, "Chinese Braille" has surfaced. Judging by the song's contents, the concept of "Chinese Braille" is meant to be allegorical for anything that is beyond comprehension (i.e. moments when you'd say "it's all Greek to me"). Despite trying to evoke a sense of intellectual confusion lyrically, the music is pure psychedelic rock and roll and for all fans of TV on the Radio, Modest Mouse, or newbies Reptar, there's something here you'll recognize and relate to.




    Baeble devotees will recall we're already big fans.


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