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  • Suki Waterhouse Announces New Album “Memoir of a Sparklemuffin”, Premieres New Song “Supersad” on BBC Radio 1

  • British singer-songwriter Suki Waterhouse has announced her sophomore album “Memoir of a Sparklemuffin” will be released on September 13, 2024 via Sub Pop Records.

    The album is the double album and comprises a 18-track, produced by apob, Brad Cook, Eli Hirsch, Findlay, Jules Apollinaire, Peter Labberton and Raj Jain.
    It is her first album in two years since the 2022 debut album “I Can't Let Go”.

    Suki Waterhouse said of the album in a statement “I came across the Sparklemuffin - which is wildly colored, does this razzle-dazzle dance, and its mate will cannibalize it if she doesn't approve of the dance. It's a metaphor for the dance of life we're all in. The title felt hilarious, ridiculous, and wonderful to me.”

    She shared on social media, “Feels surreal to finally be able to bring this world to you that I've been living in for the past year & even more insane to be touring these songs I love to much in the fall.”
  • From the album, she premiered the fifth single called “Supersad” on BBC Radio 1's New Music Show with Jack Saunders.
    The song is accompanied by the Émilie Richard-Froozan-directed music video.
    The track was written by Chelsea Balan, John Mark Nelson, Lilian Caputo, and Suki Waterhouse. Produced by Brad Cook and Eli Hirsch.

    Suki Waterhouse said of the song, “I tried to write a nineties song you could hear playing at the mall in Clueless or as an opening track for Legally Blonde.”

  • She told Jack Saunders about the song, “I wanted to do a song with kind of like very upbeat was kind of like more sort of like an upbeat song about sort of like, lying in your bed and like bed raw and kind of like, I don't know, crazy times and like hotel rooms when I say. It's basically like an ode to like my extreme messiness. But like, I also kind of like the sound wise, I was like, I wanted to like make a song that sounded like what you would put on at the mall, and the movie 'Clueless' or like the opening title to 'Legally Blonde' that kind of like 90s movie was like where my head was at the time.”

    Photo by Jeremy Soma
  • source : BBC Radio 1
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