Suedehead's name brings the song by Morrissey to mind, but this band makes decidedly more cheerful tunes. Led by former Beat Union frontman Davey Warsop, Suedehead bring a bright, feel-good melody to their track "Another Man." As this clip shows, the tune was recorded in a loose session at Hurley Studios in Costa Mesa, California – the same studio where Warsop once worked as an engineer.
"This was basically shot during a recording session in Studio B at Hurley Studios. That's where we recorded our first few seven-inches," Warsop tells Rolling Stone. "It's a small room with a cool vibe, [and] our friends Derek Bahn and Scott Dittrich came in to film and edit."
"Another Man" will be released as a seven-inch and digital single on March 19th with a cover of Fugazi's "Waiting Room" on Side B.
This article originally appeared on Rolling Stone: Suedehead Return to Familiar Grounds to Record 'Another Man' - Premiere