illuminati hotties Shares Lyric Video for New Song “Threatening Each Other Re: Capitalism” | Under The Radar Magazine Under the Radar | Music Blog for the Indie Music Magazine
Sunday, October 24th, 2021  

illuminati hotties Shares Lyric Video for New Song “Threatening Each Other Re: Capitalism”

Let Me Do One More Due Out October 1 via Snack Shack Tracks in Partnership with Hopeless Records

Sep 08, 2021 Photography by Lissyelle Laricchia
Bookmark and Share


Illuminati hotties (the project of singer/songwriter Sarah Tudzin) is releasing a new album, Let Me Do One More, on October 1 via Snack Shack Tracks in partnership with Hopeless Records. Now she has shared another song from it, “Threatening Each Other Re: Capitalism.” It was shared via a lyric video directed by Tyler Coray and Ansley Lee. Watch it below.

Tudzin had this to say about the new single in a press release: “‘Threatening Each Other re: Capitalism’ makes haste of a machine by which we’ve all been fooled as well as the people who have fooled themselves into thinking they’ve not participated in it.”

Let Me Do One More features “MMMOOOAAAAAYAYA” (which is just pronounced as “MOO!”), a new song shared in April via a video for it. It was one of our Songs of the Week. Then she shared its second single, “Pool Hopping,” also via a video. It also made our Songs of the Week list. The she shared another song from it, the country-tinged “u v v p,” which features Buck Meek from Big Thief and also was one of our Songs of the Week.

Of the album as a whole, Tudzin said in a previous press release: “The songs tell a story of my gremlin-ass running around LA, sneaking into pools at night, messing up and starting over, begging for attention for one second longer, and asking the audience to let me do one more.”

Tudzin also added: “I love these songs and they’re a part of me and I’m proud of them.”

Illuminati hotties found success with 2018’s debut album, Kiss Yr Frenemies, but when it came time to release a follow-up Tudzin found herself at odds with her then label, Tiny Engines, who didn’t have the proper infrastructure to fully release their second album. “It felt like any momentum came to a screeching halt. It felt painful to pick up a guitar, to write, to record any loose ends that needed to happen to wrap up the album,” Tudzin says in a press release. So instead, illuminati hotties self-released a new album (although carefully not referring to it as one), the acclaimed FREE I.H: This Is Not the One You’ve Been Waiting For, in 2020. Now Tudzin has a new home and more control.

“I’m incredibly stoked to be partnering with Hopeless Records on my own imprint, Snack Shack Tracks,” she said. “With everything that has brought me to where I am, I knew that the next time around I needed to seek support from folks who trusted me—who believed not only in illuminati hotties, but also in myself, and my curative vision as a creator at large. Hopeless is the perfect collaborator for IH and beyond. I am thrilled, grateful, and looking forward to an expansive future for the music that we’re all total nerds about!”

illuminati hotties 2021 tour dates:

09/15/21 - Las Vegas, NV - The Chelsea at the Cosmopolitan*
09/16/21 - Reno, NV - Grand Sierra Theatre*
09/17/21 - Napa, CA - Oxbow RiverStage*
10/01/21 - Los Angeles, CA - Permanent Records
10/02/21 - Los Angeles, CA - Zebulon
*supporting/ Death Cab For Cutie

Support Under the Radar on Patreon.



Comments

Submit your comment

Name Required

Email Required, will not be published

URL

Remember my personal information
Notify me of follow-up comments?

Please enter the word you see in the image below:

There are no comments for this entry yet.