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Suuns Share Song, “Native Tongue,” For “Our First 100 Days” Anti-Trump Project

Suuns Share Song, "Native Tongue," For "Our First 100 Days" Anti-Trump Project "Our First 100 Days" Will Include a New Song Every Day for the First 100 Days of Donald Trump's Presidency

Jan 25, 2017

"Our First 100 Days" is a new anti-President Donald Trump project. The good folks behind the "30 Days, 30 Songs" anti-Trump campaign during the election have teamed up with Secretly Group for "Our First 100 Days." They plan to release a new song every day during the first 100 days of Trump's presidency. Today's addition is a song by Montreal's Suuns entitled "Native Tongue." Listen below.

Premiere: SUNNS Mixtape (Le Guess Who? Edition)

Nov 20-23 in Utrecht, Netherlands

Nov 10, 2014

We’re a little over a week away from our trek to Utrecht, Netherlands to check out Le Guess Who? festival. To help us create a soundtrack to pack to, we asked a few of the artists performing at the fest to create a mix featuring some of their favorite bands. The next one in the series comes from SUNNS. More

Nov 16, 2012

Early next year (March 5 to be exact) Montreal’s Suuns will release their sophomore album Images Du Futur. More



Reviews

Hold/Still

Hold/Still

Secretly Canadian

Apr 21, 2016

As Hold/Still's penultimate track shakes off its bewildering, oddball electronics and settles into a sinister rhythmic strut, all vocalist Ben Shemie can do is croon the track's title: "Nobody can save me now." More

Images Du Futur

Images Du Futur

Secretly Canadian

Mar 21, 2013

Suun’s debut full-length, Zeroes QC, stood out with a volatile mélange of electronic experimentation and big-guitar rockist leanings. This time out, the Montréal group is more consistent, diving more wholeheartedly into their Kraut-y electronic side, bringing modern-day Liars or Clinic to mind. More

M For Montréal Day 1: Esmerine, Eight and a Half, Half Moon Run, Blue Hawaii, and More

November 14th, 2012

Nov 30, 2012

Sala Rossa and Casa Del Popolo hosted local bands Esmerine, Blue Hawaii, Eight and a Half, Mozart's Sister, Half Moon Run, and Suuns for the opening night of M For Montréal. More