Alex Little & the Suspicious Minds have honed a sound that blends searing distortion with aching pop hooks and a psychedelic wash of reverb. “It’s got that late 1970s, early 1980s New York kind of vibe,” Andy reflects. “Just stripped-down rock and roll.”
Their songs are driven by blunt emotional honesty, unflinchingly tackling drug addiction, mental health and heartbreak. Despite the heavy subject matter, the group’s soaring choruses and loud guitars mean that the mood is cathartic rather than heavy.