SULK have been on our radar for a while now. Their debut LP 'Graceless' was released in 2013, and before that songs such as 'Wishes' echoing the heady days of The Stone Roses, The Charlatans and other Madchester greats. Unlike a lot of other 1990s revivalists bands though, SULK have the songs and substance where it counts, and their second LP 'No Illusions', will reportedly push their British indie-pop sound forward to win new ground.
For a taste of what's to come on the new album listen to our exclusive premiere of new track 'The Tape Of You' below:
After Graceless and numerous shows and tours, including a full UK tour with Happy Mondays, SULK entered the Big Jelly Studios, a converted Neo-Gothic church located in the seaside town of Ramsgate, to record 'No Illusions' with producer and engineer Jonas Verwijnen. Embracing cinematic themes, sitars and Motown beats the new album promises to be a real treat for new music fans, and existing subscribers to the modern rainbow of baggy beats and psychedelic sounds.
Watch another new track to surface 'Black Infinity (Upside Down)' below:
A launch gig for the new album will be held at Moth Club, London, on 15th April. Get tickets via the link at the end of the post.