We’ve previewed a couple singles from Brooklyn guitar pop crew Suckers’ upcoming record Candy Salad, and now you can stream the whole thing. As much as we liked “Chinese Braille” and “Turn on the Sunshine,” we’re partial to the band’s massive, sweeping moments, so we adore album opener “Going Nowhere,” which sounds like the band taking cues from Local Natives’ big beats and harmonic vocals and steering them in a psych-pop direction all their own. We’re also digging “Figure it Out,” which sounds like a popped-up take on Animal Collective or Yeasayer’s tribal grooves. Check it out.
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