Lip Filler reflect on a post-Brexit Britain with new track ‘Susie’

It's taken from their new self-titled EP which has also arrived today (4th May) via Chess Club Records.

Lip Filler have released their new single ‘Susie’.

It’s taken from their new self-titled EP which also arrived today (4th May) via Chess Club Records.

‘Susie’ is a track about post-Brexit Britain, and as the group say, the “older generations and the lack of attention they give to the issues of the younger generations”.

Speaking about the EP, the band explained: “Lip Filler is a project we’ve become so involved in that it’s basically completely taken over our lives. We’ve put every part of ourselves into the music that we write. It’s a projection of our living situation, how we’ve all changed as people over the past few years, and a reflection on the human aspect of us growing up in our flat together. What started out as a bunch of housemates pissing about in their living room getting noise complaints, has turned into something we are all so invested in and excited for. The EP is something that none of us could have done individually and something that we could have only done through working together. We’re each other’s therapists and worst enemies at the same time – like a dysfunctional family. We constantly second-guess and challenge each other, but we’ve come to this EP which is the result of all this attempted negotiation.”

Lip Filler have some live dates on the way across the coming months:

11 – The Alternative Escape, Brighton
13 – Dork x Chess Club, The Great Escape, Brighton
27 – Dot to Dot, Bristol
28 – Dot to Dot, Nottingham
31 – Bermondsey Social Club, London

30 – A yet to be confirmed secret London location

22 – Visions Festival

You can check out ‘Susie’ here:

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