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12 Best Songs of the Week: Mannequin Pussy, IAN SWEET, The American Analog Set, and More

Plus Lol Tolhurst x Budgie x Jacknife Lee, Caroline Polachek, Ducks Ltd., Emma Anderson, and a Wrap-up of the Week’s Other Notable New Tracks

Oct 20, 2023

Welcome to the 34th Songs of the Week of 2023. This week Andy Von Pip, Austin Saalman, Caleb Campbell, Marc Abbott, Matt the Raven, Scott Dransfield, and Stephen Humphries all helped me decide what should make the list. We settled on a Top 12 this week. More

Say Sue Me Share Video for New Song “4am”

Touring America This November

Oct 19, 2023

South Korean indie band Say Sue Me have shared a new song, “4am,” via a music video. It comes ahead of some U.S. tour dates in November. More

14 Best Songs of the Last Two Weeks: Yard Act, A. Savage, Snõõper, Say Sue Me, and More

Plus Coach Party, Jamila Woods, Metric, and a Wrap-up of the Last Two Weeks’ Other Notable New Tracks

Jul 14, 2023

Welcome to the 24th Songs of the Week of 2023. We didn’t do a Songs of the Week last week because of the July 4th holiday falling on a Tuesday, leaving less songs to consider. So, this week’s Songs of the Week is supersized and incorporates tracks from the last two weeks. More

Say Sue Me Share Video for New Song “Mind is Light”

Released Ahead of Summer North American Tour

Jul 06, 2023

South Korean indie band Say Sue Me have shared a Nahee Kim-directed music video for their new song “Mind is Light.” More

Say Sue Me Release Covers EP In Honor of 10th Anniversary

10 EP Out Now via Damnably/Beach Town Music

Oct 10, 2022

South Korean dream pop quartet Say Sue Me have released a cover EP today in celebration of their 10th anniversary as a band. It features covers of tracks by Yo La Tengo, Pavement, Daniel Johnston, Silver Jews, Grandaddy and Guided By Voices, along with two re-recorded versions of their own songs. More

Say Sue Me Share Video for New Song “No Real Place”

The Last Thing Left Due Out This Friday via Damnably

May 11, 2022

South Korean dream pop quartet Say Sue Me are releasing a new album, The Last Thing Left, this Friday via Damnably. Now they have shared its third single, “No Real Place,” via a split screen video. More

12 Best Songs of the Week: Spiritualized, Hatchie, Bartees Strange, Say Sue Me, and More

Plus Sorry, Hot Chip, Andrew Bird, Florence + the Machine, and a Wrap-up of the Week’s Other Notable New Tracks

Apr 22, 2022

Welcome to the sixteenth Songs of the Week of 2022. It was a nice week for new album releases, including the latest by Spiritualized, Hatchie, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, Fontaines D.C., and others, some of which gave us fodder for Songs of the Week. We ended up with 12 new songs were really liked, with some strong honorable mentions as well. This week’s artists traverse the globe: Australia, England, South Korea, Sweden, and of course America. More

Apr 19, 2022

South Korean dream pop quartet Say Sue Me are releasing a new album, The Last Thing Left, on May 13 via Damnably. Now they have shared its next single, “To Dream,” which is the album’s only Korean language song and was shared via a black & white video featuring a human in a dog costume with a surf board. More

Say Sue Me Announce New Album, Share Video for New Single “Around You”

The Last Thing Left Due Out May 13 via Damnably

Mar 24, 2022

South Korean indie rock quartet Say Sue Me have announced the release of a new album, The Last Thing Left, which will be out on May 13 via Damnably. They have also shared a video for a new album track, “Around You.” More

10 Best Songs of the Week: Beach House, Friendly Fires, Hatchie, Say Sue Me, Jon Hassell, and More

Plus Daniel Rossen, Eleanor Friedberger, Ryley Walker, Jess Williamson, Melody's Echo Chamber, and a Wrap-up of the Week's Other Notable New Tracks

Apr 06, 2018

Songs of the Week is fairly easy to put together, there are obviously standout tracks and it’s just a case of working out the order. Other weeks there are few great tracks and it’s a real struggle. This week there was an obvious #1 in Beach House and then there were so, so many other tracks to decide between to come up with a Top 10. More