Wussy reveal video for "She’s Killed Hundreds" from new album Forever Sounds out this week on Damnably

Wussy reveal video for "She’s Killed Hundreds" from new album Forever Sounds out this week on Damnably

WUSSY New album Forever Sounds out now on Damnably

Watch New Video for “She’s Killed Hundreds

Tour Dates


April 27 – Newcastle – The Sage 2 w/ Shonen Knife
April 28 – Manchester – The Castle
April 29 – York – The Crescent
April 30 – Cardiff – The Full Moon w/ Personal Best
May 1 – London – Walpurgis Nacht Festival @ The Windmill, Brixton w/ Kath Bloom (US), Otoboke Beaver (JP)
May 3 – Leicester – The Musician w/ Echolocation
May 5 – Brighton –The Hope & Ruin
May 7 – Edinburgh – The Electric Circus
May 8 – Bristol – The Fleece w/ Shonen knife


Full Album Stream

Heralded by critics for both their songwriting and varied sonic palette, Cincinnati natives Wussy released their sixth full-length studio album Forever Sounds on Friday. Dubbed by SPIN as “their most challenging and densely textured to date”, the new album finds Wussy crafting raw and melodic material, exploring such themes as hauntings, false prophets, aliens, and The Big Lebowski all blanketed inside layers of noise. Following a full album stream on Noisey, the anticipated album is now widely available via Damnably. Wussy will be celebrating the release of their album with a UK tour. Rounding out a monumental week for the band, the band share the mysterious video for track “She’s Killed Hundreds” (which premiered on A.V. Club).

Following critical acclaim on past albums from the likes of Pitchfork and SPIN, Wussy (made up of Chuck Cleaver, Lisa Walker, Mark Messerly, Joe Klug, and John Erhardt) returned to the recording studio for Forever Sounds with new vigor. The album blends Wussy’s pop sensibility with sound reminiscent of the band’s noise heavy live shows, which you can experience by catching Wussy on their UK Tour in April.

Forever Sounds is full of themes of hope, determination, heartbreak, deception, aliens, the supernatural, the everyday, friendship, love, and second chances. Mixing Wussy’s dynamic and signature sound with new inspiration, it is sure to please both critics and fans alike.

“Wussy’s ragged Ohio racket hits biblical proportions on ‘Forever Sounds.'”

SPIN (Album of the Week – 8/10)

“A swaggering, bleary, distorted churn topped off by another virtuoso vocal duet

–  Stereogum

“Swirling, psych-rock riffs that expand outward seemingly without end”

A.V. Club

“That dichotomy of gruff against sweet that sometimes joins forces in the same song is a stuningly effective combination and serves to make Wussy such an exciting concern.”

Artrocker (Album of the Week)

“Dependably catchy and odd in equal measure, Wussy embody the correct way to bring back the Nineties.”

– Drowned in Sound 8/10

“If Michael Stipe co-wrote songs with Morrissey, wrote some more with the pop-songwriter-for hire Eg White (he of Chasing Pavements), then hired Neil Young, Crazy Horse and Cowboy Junkies to play them, and asked My Bloody Valentine’s Kevin Shields to mix them, the results would be – I swear – a bit like Forever Sounds.”

– The Sunday Times






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Wussy reveal video for "She’s Killed Hundreds" from new album Forever Sounds out this week on Damnably