The Suffers | photo by Patty Lennon | courtesy of the artist
The Suffers new single “Take Me to The Good Times” dreams of post-pandemic normalcy
The Houston-based seven-piece soul and R&B group The Suffers dropped their new single “Take Me to the Good Times” via MidCitizen Records. The track is the band’s first release since their 2018 album Everything Here.
The feel-good and funky track “serves as a love letter to the road, while offering a promise to return back to it,” a statement discloses. The song dropped at the perfect time, as many musicians and concert-goers wish to return to the live performance scene or any sense of normalcy due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Instead, listeners can definitely take up the second-best of dancing in their homes to The Suffers’ joyful tune.
“I like walking around, it’s good for me,” the song declares while suggesting a quarantine pastime to take up.
“The song pays tribute to just a few of the places we’ve played over the years, while also championing some of the places we hope to one day visit,” the band’s Instagram states.
In addition to releasing the song, the band dropped an animated music video with cute and colorful graphics for the track as well.
“The last 5 years of touring have taken us to some of the most incredible places. We put a lot of love into this one, and we hope that love is felt as it comes through your speakers. We love you, and we can’t wait to come back and play in your city.”
“Take Me to the Good Times” is available on all major streaming services.