Super Silly

Dublin, County Dublin

Newly signed to UK label A4WARD (through Believe Digital), Super Silly return in 2019 with the first single from their forthcoming debut EP. A hard hitting, bass heavy track it details one of the many social side effects of alcohol – drunk texting. Something that everyone would want to regret, particularly when you’ve texted your ex, the song is about the people that always hit you up when they’re drunk and won’t leave you alone….no matter what you do.

Four musicians who first met playing gospel in their local church, Super Silly bring a rare sense of passion and fun to modern RnB and hip-hop. Tipped for great things by the likes of The Irish Times, Nialler9 and The Thin Air, the quartet of Hudis, Glory, Solo The Astronaut and Grvz began a run of releases for 2017 with 'Not Ready To Leave', a track that mixed classic soul and RnB, modern hip-hop and the joyous energy of their gospel roots. It was accompanied by the band's first ever music video, directed by Seán Clancy, and was followed a number of festival and club shows across the country.

The summer also saw them collaborate on a remix of 'No Pressure' with Australian producer Odd Mob for their first international release, hitting some of the key Spotify dance playlists and receiving radio support from the likes of Triple J. Their 2018 release 'Here’ married the band's classic influences with a sound that was very much of the moment - marking them as artists ready for the international stage - and was followed by a collaboration with Wyvern Lingo on a remix of the latter’s ‘Maybe It’s My Nature’.

"A deeply innovative band who aren’t going to be pigeonholed by one genre or style, which is something we can very much get on board with...." (Nialler9)

"The latest single from Super Silly is one of intent, from that hard-hitting vocal, fuzzing backdrop and weighty production the single fills the potential the group has shown from the start...." (The Last Mixed Tape)


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