YDS2M by Superet

 

By Sophie Minello

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Just a week after the exciting release of the “YDS2M” maxi single, Superet is back with a dreamy rendition of the title song of the collection of songs. This California indie rock band has just the right vibe, even when stripped back to an organic, acoustic version. This release contrasts the electronic sounding, full band version in just the right way, bringing a whole new side to the song and the band itself. The song sounds very effortless, and singer Matt states, “Recording these songs acoustically was an exciting challenge… We spent so much time tweaking the definitive version, it’s refreshing to hear it in a new context, and the process was much faster, which at this point is unusual for us.” This dripping love song, standing for “You Do Something To Me,” surely does something to listeners too. The more you listen to it, the catchier it gets. The acoustic touch especially creates a more personal atmosphere between Superet and the listener. The power chords of the guitar that exist throughout the entire song offer a nice roadmap to the catchiness of the song. “YDS2M” is from their second maxi single, which included songs “Farrington Pond” and “Shapeless Place.” After hearing the driving pop sound in the full band version, it’s a whole new world when you dive into the acoustic version. This impressive release was produced and mixed by Dave Fridmann (Tame Impala, MGMT, Spoon) and mastered by multiple Grammy winner, Greg Calbi (Arcade Fire, Tame Impala, The War on Drugs).

Don’t forget to listen to their first maxi single, “Comes As Relief,” which includes the songs “Blue Age” and “Stockholm Syndrome.”

Tour dates with i Do Not Know How But They Found Me:

April 29  -Houston, TX – House of Blues – Bronze Peakcock

April 30 – Dallas, TX – House of Blues- Cambridge Room

May 2 – Orlando, FL – The Abbey

May 3– Athens, GA – George Theatre

May 4- Carrboro, NC – Cat’s Cradle

May 6 – Washington DC – Union Stage

May 7 – Pittsburgh, PA – Rex Theater

May 8 – Toronto, ON – Opera House

May 10 – Rochester, NY – Montage Music Hall

May 11 – Hartford, CT – The Webster Theater

May 12 – New York, NY – Bowery Ballroom

May 13 – Philadelphia, PA – Union Transfer

May 15 – Chicago, IL – Lincoln Hall

May 16 – St. Louis, MO – Delmar Hall

May 17 – Madison, WI – The Majestic

May 18 – Minneapolis, MN – The Fine Life Cafe

June 7 - Los Angeles, CA - The Fonda Theater (with Broken Social Scene)


Find Superet:

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