After a yearlong hiatus, Sugar Shrill first teased their return with a remix of Galantis – and now officially with original mix ‘Suika’. Doubling down on their Porter Robinson-influenced Japanese pop culture-appropriating brand of dance music, the track is akin to a saccharine musical trip down a Makoto Shinkai anime. Notions of a broken romance are in its sampling of dialogues from Akame Ga Kill, which contrast with its buoyant uptempo beat that seems to suggest the highs of romance instead.
Listen to it below:
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