Premiere: Stream Dallas Ethereal Pop Act Sudie's Debut, Self-Titled EP In Full.
If it seems like we've been hyping up Sudie for a while now, it's because we have. For almost exactly a year now, even.
What can we say? We're fans, for sure — and not just because she was kind enough to play our three-year anniversary bash back in February, either. Nah, we sing the 23-year-old's praises because her ethereal, jazz-influenced dream-pop merits it.
And we're not alone in that school of thought: In June of last year, the Dallas Observer put the single-named performer on its cover; more recently, Jezebel gave the Southern Methodist University alum born Sudie Abernathy its stamp of approval when it premiered her debut music video for her “Heartattack” single.
Now, we're honored to premiere for the world the artist's debut, self-produced and self-titled EP in full, right here. Released through Black Milk's Computer Ugly label, the six-song short-player finds Sudie flashing the same lilting vocals and elegantly alluring productions we've come to appreciate from the young artist already — only now as part of a full set.
Check it out below. Then buy it on iTunes if you want.
Either way, it's a must-listen. Because, like we've said before, even if you don't know Sudie just yet, you will. That much just seems inevitable at this point.