SUSTO

SUSTO released a new live album, Rogue Acoustic, via Acid Boys/Missing Piece Records. The album was recorded in February of 2020 at The Royal American in their hometown of Charleston, SC. The band also shared a live video “Mystery Man” featuring SUSTO alumnus Johnny Delaware — the track originally appeared on the band’s 2017 album & I’m Fine Today.

Today, SUSTO announced their new live album Rogue Acoustic, out June 4 via Acid Boys/Missing Piece Records. The album was recorded in February of 2020 at The Royal American in their hometown of Charleston, SC. The band has also shared the first single and video “Hard Drugs” — originally released on SUSTO’s 2017 album & I’m Fine Today, both the song and video feature SUSTO frontman Justin Osborne performing alongside Ben Bridwell of Band of Horses.

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Charleston-based band SUSTO shares two new singles, “If I Was” and “Está Bien,” via Rolling Stone Country today. Rolling Stone Country calls both songs, “serenely laid back, with gentle instrumentation and thoughtful vocals” and describes front man Justin Osborne as “supremely chill — in a worldly, self-questioning sort of way.” Read the full piece HERE.