This week indie duo Sego – Spencer Peterson and Thomas Carroll – released a music video from their latest collection of tunes they’ve been working on with Dave Newfeld (Broken Social Scene). But we’re still enthralled by their second single release this time around – a track titled “Sucker/Saint” – that was recently released. So today, we share that with you.
Laced with swirling guitars, intimidating crooning vocals, and a bit of reverberant attitude, this track provides that frenzy, buoyant sound we have come to expect from the duo. The crashing cymbals give it an almost head-banging quality that ensures us this song will be insane to mosh out to live.
Keep up with Sego here.
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