The track marks an exploration of love and self-deception, produced by Collin Pastore.
Suffer delves into the raw and turbulent emotions of an unravelling relationship, capturing heartbreak and the struggle to let go.
Recalling the making of the track in their home city Pillow Queens said, “We wrote it in the depths of winter at our rehearsal studio in Dublin, and the cold really penetrates the song.”
Formed in 2016, Pillow Queens–made up of Pamela Connolly (lead vocals, guitar, bass), Sarah Corcoran (vocals, guitar, bass), Cathy McGuiness (vocals, lead guitar) and Rachel Lyons (vocals, drums)–burst onto the scene with their debut demo EP Calm Girls, leading to a string of UK and Irish dates and festival appearances.
Their follow up EP State of the State picked up more praise, with debut album In Waiting arriving in 2020 to a string of five-star reviews. Sophomore album Leave The Light On landed in 2022, again bringing in a series of plaudits.
When to Pillow Queens headline at Birkenhead’s Future Yard?
Pillow Queens headline at Future Yark in Birkenhead on 17 November 2023. The gig it sone of four UK and Ireland dates they are headlining:
13 November – London, 100 Club
14 November – Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach
15 November – York, The Cresent
17 November – Birkenhead, Future Yard
Image of Pillow Queens courtesy Martyna Bannister