Ayrshire’s other favourite sons, Sucioperro, have released a double video for their track ‘Rabbits In Boxes’, taken from their recently released fourth album, ‘Fused’. You can play both videos at the same time which sync a story together perfectly. Check them out below:
Sucioperro are survivors of a past wave of music: the early 2000s alternative rock bands boom. Groups like Biffy Clyro and Muse found fame and fortune, a few like Hundred Reasons occupied their station whilst others like Hell Is For Heroes and Reuben strived for success but never quite made it. Sucioperro would definitely fit into the third category; releasing many EPs and records, widespread touring but with little of the widespread attention or acclaim their peers got. The nearest is possibly Marmaduke Duke, vocalist/guitarist JP Reid‘s off-the-wall side-project with Simon Neil.
Scottish rock trio Sucioperro may not be half as popular and reknowned as their arena filling counterparts Biffy Clyro, but they pack just as much bite into small pubs and clubs across the UK. Now, reaching album number four, ‘Fused’, we decided to get the lowdown of the tracks and how they all came to be to create the band’s new record. Thankfully, bassist Stewart Chown was happy to fill us in with all of the information we were after:
Scottish alt rock trio Sucioperro have released a full stream of new single ‘To Nothing’, taken from their forthcoming album, ‘Fused’. You can listen to it below:
Sucioperro‘s latest album, titled ‘The Heart String & How To Pull It’, is a modern take on the rock genre, using different styles of riffs and melodies to create an upbeat sounding emotional ride throughout the record. Recorded in the band’s own studio, called ‘The Lair’, this piece of easy listening will go down very well with a few friends out in the sun.
Sucioperro is a band that many people will not have heard of to date; this year they hope to change that, with the release of this EP and full-length ‘The Heart String & How To Pull It’ to follow later this year. Despite being virtually unknown they’ve managed to tour with bands like Reuben, Fightstar and Biffy Clyro, (lead singer JP Reid actually forms the other half of Biffy front man Simon Neil‘s alter ego, Marmaduke Duke), so they have a reputation amongst some pretty big bands, but do they have the recordings to provide a foundation for this reputation?
Scottish trio Sucioperro have just released a new music video for their forthcoming video, ‘The Reflexes Of The Dead’. The track is taken from their upcoming album ‘The Heart String & How To Pull It’, which is set for release on March 7th 2011 via Xtra Mile Recordings.
Scottish rock trio Sucioperro have revealed details on their forthcoming record, ‘The Heart String & How To Pull It’. The album is set for a March 7th release through Xtra Mile Recordings, and the full tracklisting has also been confirmed:
01.) Running From All That Doesn’t Tempt You
03.) Reflexes Of The Dead
04.) Out & Over
05.) I Jumped Into The Heart Of A Black Situation
06.) Ideals Have Value
07.) Invisible Monsters
08.) Is That Why You Pull Me In?
Date: September 9th, 2010
Venue: The Roadhouse, Manchester
Interviewer: Zach Redrup
Download: None available
Despite being around for almost a decade now, Scottish alternative rock 3-piece Sucioperro still haven’t been give that break of a chance to receive the attention they rightfully deserve. But, with a third album soon on its way that could all soon change, bringing them out of small underground clubs and pubs, and instead playing at academy sized venues. We thought we’d get a hold of the band at one of their dates on their September 2010 tour and talk about the new album, what songs they prefer to play live, and what they have planned for the future – all whilst eating some sausage casserole, which they kindly offered to us…
With two albums of Biffy Clyro-esque alt rock with a third on its way, you’d think following a somewhat similar formula they’d achieve at least some ounce of exposure and success like their now chart bothering brethren. Alas this isn’t the case, and 8 years on from their formation its tours of small clubs and pubs for the Scottish three-piece Sucioperro.
But perhaps at this stage this is better for them, and who knows what album number three is gonna bring them in return. Relishing and enjoying the smaller venues is what they do, and at least they’ll know that pretty much everyone before them is a loyal and dedicated fan.
It’s 7:30PM, and already there’s a huge crowd gathered in the tiny underground venue that is Club Academy in Manchester. First expected to play the smaller Academy 3 room but upgraded to Club Academy, Reuben, the band that are said to look like tramps but sound like kings, are to play their first show in Manchester this year to promote the release of their new DVD, ‘What Happens In Aldershot Stays In Aldershot’. The low stage with no barrier is going to let this band’s small yet truly dedicated fanbase get as close as possible.