Highly Suspect Talks New Album, Reveals Deep Meaning Behind Their Tattoos
Brooklyn's Cape Cod transplants Highly Suspect are the bluesiest trio this side of Akron, OH. Their emotive brand of uncut rock and roll caught the ears of 300 Entertainment staff recently (home to Young Thug, Migos, and ASTR), who'll be releasing their debut album "Mister Asylum" next month, and the guys began their campaign trail at Bonnaroo to get listeners ready for the drop.
"I got 'GOOD LIFE' on my knuckles when we signed a record deal —we finally did it!" drummer Ryan Meyer explained of his PMA-inspired tattoo when the three piece met up with Fuse on the ground at Bonnaroo. The band were cool as ice in spite of the Tennessee sun as they talked about the personality of the festival, their debut album on 300, and the character behind "Mister Asylum."
While we wait patiently for the guys to drop the album on July 17th, tide yourselves over with the new single "Claudeland" below. Pre-orders for "Mister Asylum" can be placed here.