Brooklyn’s Andy Suzuki & The Method are preparing to release their new album The Glass Hour on February 3rd. In anticipation, the band shares the anthemic single “I Can’t Live” today with Impose Magazine. Strapped with an invigorating baseline, the track showcases Suzuki’s striking vocals and the duo’s harmonically-rich collaborative talent. When asked about the track, the band comments:
“Life is full of paradoxes. Relationships are no different. We wrote this song about needing a person, while simultaneously feeling like you can’t stand that same person. Nothing is black and white, which is both the best and worst part about living. We wanted to represent this duality, which is something that everyone can identify with.”
Drawing on their roots in R&B and soul, The Glass Hour is a 13-track-collection collection that radiates a future-pop aesthetic and features first single “Overtime” (via Billboard.) The product of a decade-long creative friendship between Andy Suzuki and Kozza Olatunji-Babumba, the album builds off 2013’s Born Out of Mischief LP and demonstrates their growth into a formidable musical force. Produced by Juny Mag, mixed by Will Hensley, and mastered by Chris Gehringer(Rihanna, Santigold, Lupe Fiasco), The Glass Hour sees the band emerge with one of their most ambitious works to date.
In celebration of album release, Andy Suzuki & The Method will kick off a national winter tour on February 10th. Stay tuned for more!
2/10-2/15: Tampa, FL @ The Rock Boat
2/23: Los Angeles, CA @ TBD
2/24: San Diego, CA @ Lestat’s West Music Venue
2/25: Los Angeles, CA @ Hapa Japan Fest
2/26: San Francisco, CA @ Hotel Utah
3/1: Cambridge, MA @ The Middle East
3/2: New York, NY @ Mercury Lounge
3/12: Philadelphia, PA @ World Cafe Live
3/19: Vienna, VA @ Jammin Java
3/24: Indianapolis, IN @ The HI-FI
3/25: Chicago, IL @ The Elbo Room