Toothpaste: Sucker

London shoegazers, Toothpaste, return from a brief, year-long absence with new single, Sucker, a warm dreampop cut based on soft vocals, grungy guitars and a lot of mellowness. The song was recorded and mixed by the band's own Daisy Edwards, and mastered by Slowdive’s Simon Scott who has worked with Toothpaste on their previous single, Bedtime.

Amol Prabhu comments on the new single: “Sucker is a dreamy journey wrapped in a cheesy pop song. Remember the first time you fell in love? Sucker captures that moment in a warm blanket of swirling guitars and longing vocals. You’re a sucker for the sunset, and I’m a sucker for you…

The slowcore and dreampop properties of the band's groundwork take a fuzzier and heavier shoegaze direction, although the tunefulness of their songwriting remains unobscured, and specially winsome.

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