The track is taken from the band’s upcoming debut album Josie which drops on July 29th via Luxor Records.
Forming just last year, the Midwest rockers combine high-octane guitars and hook-heavy pop-punk; Suppy Dudes supply an irreverent and mischievous take on the genre, delivering a sophomoric message with an astutely honed maturity and a high-quality end-product.
Despite playing to the pop-punk cliches of escaping your hometown and maligning high-school, Suppy Dudes’ execution is far from immature; the dual vocals intertwining expertly with high-tempo riffs and hooks capable of bringing the roof down both on record or during a live show. This infectious riot is captured on their forthcoming debut album, which was recorded with Jake Nolan this past winter.
Suppy Dudes’ high-calibre and energetic sound also caught the attention of Luxor Records, who will be releasing the band’s upcoming full-length, Josie, with ‘Pretty Girl Things’ offering a perfect serving of pop-punk in the meantime.