They released their latest EP last month, and we have been on a Suckers-love streak since our interview with them a few weeks ago, so we figured, why not stream their latest video for their new single "Easy Chair" for you?
With an ethereal blend of experimental sounds and pop-song progressions, it might be hard to deny that Suckers are a product-protege of Yeasayer's Anand Wilder's production skills. The Brooklyn foursome use a multitude of similar sounds -- mainly from their use of multiple instrumentation as a technique to create a swarm of experimental sound -- but the band still encompasses a vibe unique to them, taking on a more synthetic pop sound, which can be heard throughout their new EP. Along with Suckers' having a seemingly obvious influence in their sound from Yeasayer, the band seems to be using a similar route of psychedelic visuals to accompany their surrealistic sounds as well, as seen within the video for "Easy Chair". It might look like one of those iTunes visualizer tracks, but the concept is there and we have to say we like it.
Suckers - "Easy Chair"