Sueco releases new single “Outta My Head”

Sueco has released his highly anticipated alt-rock single and music video for “Outta My Head.” This is the third single off his sophomore album, Attempted Lover, which is set for a July 2024 release.

Watch the music video “Outta My Head” here and stream the song here.

Teasing the song and music video over the past few weeks across social media channels, this song has reached upwards of 50M impressions, and the response from fans has been incredible. Check out one of his TikTok’s HERE.

This single is a strong example of Sueco’s dynamic, experimental sound, which combines alternative rock, emo-rap, and punk elements. It showcases his raw vocals meant to be played at full volume through listeners’ speakers. His first two singles off the album included the stripped-back song “Mulholland Drive” and the fast-paced anthem “Drama Queen.”

Hailed by Rolling Stone as “a major proponent of genre-bending music through his kinetic rock-hyperpop-rap sound,” Sueco has quickly proven he is one of the most exciting prospects of the mainstream punk resurgence. He channels the spirit of nineties pop-punk through a 21st-century lens, tapping into the unpredictability of hyperpop, the catharsis of hardcore, and a whole lot of hip-hop finesse.

His debut single “Fast” blew up in a big way during 2019. It captured #1 on TikTok, #1 on Spotify’s Viral 50 – Global, and #1 on the Viral 50 – US, reached gold status, and attracted Offset and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie for its high-powered Official Remix. On the heels of his first full-length project MISCREANT, he teamed up with Ty Dolla $ign, Wiz Khalifa, and Lil Yachty for “Speed Of Life,” Papa Roach on “Swerve” [feat. FEVER 333 & Sueco], and Illenium on “Story Of My Life” [feat. Sueco & Trippie Redd].

Embracing his earliest influences, he has also worked with producers and cowriters such as John Feldmann [Machine Gun Kelly, Avril Lavigne, Jxdn, 5SOS] and Colin “DOC” Brittain [5SOS, Papa Roach]. He served up “PRIMADONA,” “SOS” [feat. Travis Barker], “Sober/Hungover” [feat. Arizona Zervas], and “Paralyzed.” After generating over 1.2 billion streams over the course of his career so far and receiving praise from the likes of Rolling Stone, NYLON, Alternative Press, Billboard, and more, this is just the beginning for Sueco.