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The Suzan


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The Suzan is a pop-rock band from Tokyo, Japan formed in 2004 by sisters Rie (keyboards and vocals) and Saori (guitar and vocals).
Their sound has been variously described as riot-grrl, pop and punk, and also incorporates elements of jazz, soul, surf and dance music. After releasing an EP Suzan Kingdom (2004) and an LP Suzan Galaxy (2007) on Japanese indie label ROSE RECORDS, The Suzan toured throughout Europe creating an army of fans wherever they played.
Their irresistible charm captivated Bjorn Yttling of Peter Bjorn and John, whom they convinced to produce their album with a MySpace message. The resulting LP Golden Week For The Poco Poco Beat (2010) found its way to tastemaker indie label Fool’s Gold who released the album worldwide.
The first single “Home” captured high praise for its unique blast of fun with it’s sweetly funky, hard-to-pin-down pop. THE SUZAN have since earned a reputation as one of the most unique groups out there. Even THE SUZAN’s cover versions of songs from bands like Miike Snow and The Strokes have created a viral buzz on Twitter with stars like Mark Ronson and Amanda Palmer raving about them.
Since camping in New York in 2011, THE SUZAN have built their fanbase from their exciting live show with tours with bands like Chromeo, Peter Bjorn and John, Titus Andronicus, Datarock, and Zambri.
The Yttling-produced EP Doki Doki Sounds was released in July, 2017 via Swedish label INGRID, and a second EP will follow in the fall of 2017.


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