LA’s SadGirl share new single “Miss Me” from upcoming album, ‘Water’ out June 14 on Suicide Squeeze

May 9, 2019
Photo Credit: James Michael Juarez

LA Pop/Rock Trio
Share Soulful New Single “Miss Me”

Debut LP Water out June 14 on Suicide Squeeze

LA pop/rock trio SadGirl share new single “Miss Me” from their debut LP Water out June 14 on Suicide Squeeze (The Coathangers, L.A. Witch, Death Valley Girls ), which premiered on Tiny Mix Tapes.  “Miss Me” is a classic tormented love song that transports the listener back to wholesome slow dances at a previous generation’s sock hop, only to be subverted by a chorus of “miss me with that bullshit.” 

SadGirl guitarist/vocalist Misha Lindes explains “Miss Me”: “This song is about realizing someone close to you isn’t the person you thought you knew and kind of coming to terms with the fact that they may never share the same values as you. Getting to that point where you decide that it’s no longer worth the effort and it’s better to walk away with what’s important to you still in tact.”

The band recently shared the new video for first single “Chlorine”, a melancholy ballad inspired by Otis Redding and John Waters.  Watch “Chlorine” Here

SadGirl are acutely aware of that reality, and their analog rock n’ roll has always somehow managed to approximate the relentless optimism of the pioneer spirit, but they’ve also exuded some degree of self-awareness of the anodyne properties of vintage pop. With their new album Water, the Los Angeles trio taps into the romantic and nostalgic spirit of their native city while exuding a time-tested authenticity suggesting that they’ve had a peek behind the curtain of the manicured lawns, glitzy boulevards, and relentless sunshine.

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Album Tracklisting

  1. The Ocean
  2. Chlorine
  3. Hazelnut Coffee
  4. Miss Me
  5. Breakfast for 2
  6. Little Queenie
  7. Mulholland
  8. Strange Love
  9. Avalon
  10. Water

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