Eclectic. Vibrant. Sulene’s single ‘photo booth’ is a emblematic electro-pop fervor that glistens as it dices in its story. The South African born, Brooklyn-based artist Sulene’s expansive array of culture and methods to song writing, really gets you hyped up for excitement and surprise.
“I wrote ‘photo booth’ after a show I played,” said Sulene. “It was such an amazing night, but then I got swept up by my own demons at the after-party. One of the last things I remember was being in a photo booth and the night turning into a mush of laughter, regret, and just giving in.”
“The song is about the noise in my head caused by the cognitive dissonance of returning to a bad habit even though I know it’s breaking me down. The irony is that once I wrote the song, I knew I had to confront the truth. The next day I started a long period of sobriety and wrote the ‘he•don•ic’ EP.”
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Upcoming EP, ‘he•don•ic’ drops, March 5th.