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."
"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.”