You have likely seen or heard Sulene before, whether you know it or not. You may have witnessed her blue hair lighting up late night TV when she’s toured the world as Nate Ruess of fun.’s guitarist. You’ve probably heard her music scoring your favorite Showtime drama, Al Pacino movie, or Verizon commercial. But like a great pop song, it’s the new terrain this multifaceted artist traverses that will win you over the most.
Sulene’s “blissful bedroom synth pop” is garnering some well-deserved praise in her adopted home of Brooklyn. With St. Vincent-worthy guitar riffs that glide over pulsing 80’s drum beats, the indie-pop powerhouse has earned rave reviews from the likes of Billboard, Village Voice, and Buzzfeed for her debut EP Strange (2017).