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Seattle band Super Deluxe returns with new EP after eight-year ...
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... The suggestively titled Lolita (named after Vladimir Nabokov's infamous classic novel about an older man who has an affair with an underage girl) is a five ...
 
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Alternative (2005-02-18)
Seattle band Super Deluxe returns with new EP after eight-year absence
 
SEATTLE, WA. (by Michael Sutton/ Super Deluxe PR) - Formed in Seattle, WA in 1995, Super Deluxe were welcomed as an anecdote to the bleak lyricism and heavy-metal aggression of the Emerald City's grunge dominion. Elevating garage-rock guitar crunch with power-pop hooks and boyish harmonies, Super Deluxe invigorated what was becoming a bloated and monotonous Seattle music scene on modern-rock radio hits like 'Famous,' 'She Came On,' and the acoustic ballad 'Years Ago.'

However, after two critically acclaimed albums on Warner Bros. 1995's Famous and 1997's Via Satellite Super Deluxe went on hiatus.
But now the boys are back in town. As they prepare for the third album, this time on the Control Group label, Super Deluxe have released a taste test of their upcoming full-length. The suggestively titled Lolita (named after Vladimir Nabokov's infamous classic novel about an older man who has an affair with an underage girl) is a five-track EP that finds the group cranking the amps but retaining the toe-tapping melodies and upbeat vibes that have always separated them from their gloomy contemporaries. 'Knockout' is true to its name, an immediate smash on Seattle's alternative rock institution KNDD-FM (107.7 The End) and landing in the station's most-requested Top 10.

Consisting of vocalist Braden Blake, guitarist John Kirsch, bassist David Roberts, and drummer Chris Lockwood, Super Deluxe finds the line between rock & roll grit and pop sheen, giving sonic dissonance a coat of lip-smacking sugar.