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Pillow Queens share new aching, anthemic track ‘Suffer’

Today, Irish indie rock band Pillow Queens share gripping, drum-driven track ‘Suffer’ out everywhere now. The latest offering from the group is an aching and emotive exploration of love and self-deception.

‘Suffer’ delves deep into the raw and turbulent emotions surrounding the unraveling of a once-cherished relationship. With soul-stirring lyrics and a melancholic melody, this song captures the ache of heartbreak and the struggle to let go. The track has sonic elements of Northern Soul music and acts as a communal psalm for the oppressed, and the heartbroken and for those seeking resolve and mercy as its powerful message reverberates through its final moment.

Recalling the making of the track in their home city, “We wrote it in the depths of winter at our rehearsal studio in Dublin, and the cold really penetrates the song.” The band cites inspirations for the track including Alt-J, Hozier, Feist, Black Pumas, Lana Del Rey and more.

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