Americana trailblazers, SUSTO, have confirmed they'll be releasing a brand new album on July 28.
The hotly anticipated project, entitled My Entire Life, will serve as the South Carolina band's follow-up to their widely acclaimed 2021 record, Time in the Sun, which spawned fan-favourite tracks such as ‘God of Death’ and ‘Mother of the World’.
Since the release of Time in the Sun, listeners have been eagerly speculating as to when SUSTO's next project would be dropping. After roughly two years, the band's loyal fanbase are celebrating the news that My Entire Life is on the horizon.
The title-track from My Entire Life has been made available immediately, along with an accompanying set of visuals, which beautifully capture the song's hazy, psychedelic stylistic influences.
My Entire Life, which will be released through New West Records, was produced with Band Of Horses’ Wolfgang Zimmerman at the helm, with SUSTO's lead singer, Justin Osborne, providing the creative direction for the 12-song album.
The record drew inspiration from the aftermath of Justin's divorce, lingering struggles from the pandemic and the harrowing experience of seeing loved ones battling mental illness and other issues. Nonetheless, as the title-track underlines, My Entire Life is underpinned by a refreshing sense of joyfulness and hope.
SUSTO are heading out on the road once again next month, with a slew of tour dates lined up across the rest of the year. The band will be performing in Tennessee at the legendary Ryman auditorium, as well as in North Carolina, South Carolina, Texas, Arizona, California, Oregon, Washington, Montana, Wisconsin and more.
SUSTO's new album, My Entire Life, is available to pre-order here.
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