Sudie is back with new music from her forthcoming self-titled EP. Once again she has given us musical excellence in her self and sound. Joining the dots between Ella Fitzgerald and Billie Holliday with the eccentrics and European coolness of a Bjork, listeners get an eargasm of sensual R&B, jazz, and electronica that is dreamy and relaxing. Accompanied by Godzilla-esque artwork, “Asiasaurus” is produced by long time friend, classmate, and accompanist Ted Powell. With the lyrics, “Don’t wanna go back home / I got nowhere to roam / I guess I’ll stay alone,” mirroring spacious, moody production with swirling piano chords and distortion, the song illustrates a vivid narrative of someone who lost her way. According to Sudie, the track comes from real life experiences, “I wrote the lyrics after graduating from Southern Methodist University, but right before I went through a break-up and right before I started figuring out how to start my career. I was extremely nervous, I was panicking every day and I did not know what the hell to do with myself.”
Sudie’s self-titled EP will drop on August 26th via Black Milk’s Computer Ugly record label.