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Sueco Searches For Something Real On “Mulholland Drive”

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Sueco is here with a new track, “Mulholland Drive,” and it’s a major departure from his previous hits. This new offering showcases Sueco‘s raw vocals over tender acoustic guitar strums. In fact, he revealed that this is “one of the best songs I’ve ever written,” and that he’s been sitting on it for nearly two years.

The soaring choruses reveal Sueco evolving, excitingly growing in his craft. Previously, the artist shared the single, “Drama Queen,” on March 22, kicking off a new album cycle. Coming up in June on an unconfirmed date, the artist’s record, Attempted Lover, is slated for release.

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Until then, you can enjoy “Mulholland Drive” and its accompanying official black and white visuals. “I’m thinking about you/Sometimes, I wanna die young with you in my arms/The last word off my tongue is ‘I’ll always love you, ’til my lips turn blue’/Would you do the same, too?” he sings. Listen to the track below.

On Instagram, Sueco shared how the track came to life. “[T]here’s a lot of good songs. [T]here’s not a lot that feel like they’ll still be good in 100 years. [T]hat’s how I feel about this song. ‘[M]ulholland [D]rive.’ [W]rote it 2 years ago in a [N]ashville trip. [I] was going thru all that label BS and a whole lot of relationship drama at the time and [I] just longed for that something real. [S]omething meaningful. [S]ome connection or love that felt like it could stand the test of time. [A] forever in a world of impermanence. [I] wondered what it would feel like.”

He also noted, “When I wrote ‘Mulholland Drive’ I was really looking to tap into a different side of myself than I had for ‘Drama Queen.’ My next album, Attempted Lover, is all about trying to find love touching on the dualities and complicated emotions that come along with it, and I wanted these singles to emulate that.”

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