Sue Denim EXCLUSIVE: Brewster McCloud

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Back in September, we told you that Sue Denim‘s solo project Sue and the Unicorn was going to fund and record an album. Now we can bring you the joyous news that the album has been finished!

Sue has worked with producer and piano magician David Wrench to bring you 10 tracks which she says sounds like “I’m singing in the same room as the listener”.

The project does not have a set name yet so it might not be Sue and the Unicorn, as we have written here. Moreover, Sue has been debating the name issue on Twitter so why not head on over there to give her your humble opinion? Should the Unicorn stay or go?

The album has a preliminary release date of March 2012, and then Sue hopes to be on the road on tour in April. As is often the case with self-funded releases nothing is set in stone, but as soon as we know the hard facts we’ll be here to keep you informed.

Sue has been kind enough to give us a sneak peek at one of the track on the coming album and we get to share it with you!

The song, called Brewster McCloud, does indeed make you feel like she’s right there signing next to you (as promised!). It’s become an instant favourite here, and we just can’t stop listening to it.

Listen to the song below or head over to SoundCloud to leave some love!

2 Comments on Sue Denim EXCLUSIVE: Brewster McCloud

  1. Sues Voice is like wow o.O I love it 😀 ❤


  2. Brewster McCloud is a movie that needs more songs written about it.


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