Highly Suspect Debuts Grungy New Track 'Claudeland': Exclusive Premiere

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300 Entertainment

Brooklyn rockers Highly Suspect have already made a splash with their upcoming debut's first single "Lydia," a bluesy anthem inspired by "literally slow-motion love at first sight," according to lead singer Johnny Stevens. Now, they're back with Mister Asylum's second single, the highly danceable "Claudeland."

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"We have a friend, Claude," Stevens tells Billboard. "He's the life of the party. He hit an unusually low point for a couple weeks so we wrote this upbeat ripper to cheer him up." As is evidenced by the bouncy, throwback riffs, he says the song "is about giving zero fucks.”

The group, signed to Lyor Cohen’s 300 Entertainment, will be releasing Mister Asylum July 17 -- preorder the album here