July 5, 2022

Superdrag, the Knoxville alt-rock band finest identified for his or her ’90s MTV hit “Sucked Out,” have been an on-and-off proposition for a few years. After breaking apart in 2003, they obtained again collectively from 2007-2010 and launched a fifth album alongside the way in which. There have been various different bands and solo initiatives alongside the way in which, together with John Davis and Brandon Fisher’s Lees Of Reminiscence. After which, final 12 months, Superdrag reunited but once more to work on new music.

Now they’re taking the stage once more, too, albeit to not play these new tunes they’ve been engaged on. The band introduced their first present in a dozen years in the present day, “enjoying an OG set from our first wave of fabric” at Knoxville’s Second Bell pageant this fall. The fest, which Superdrag are co-headlining with Large Boi, is a profit for the College of Tennessee’s faculty radio station WUTK. “We’re donating our efficiency charge to assist elevate a brand new tower with much more energy!” Superdrag write. Presumably they’ll be enjoying the brand new songs at extra exhibits down the street, nevertheless it’ll be good for the longtime followers to get pleasure from a set of previous favorites.

By the way in which, in case you’re questioning “Didn’t Superdrag already play reunion exhibits lately?” that was Supergrass.

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