Exclusive Premiere: Suicide Notes “Ernest Hemingway”

Suicide Notes made a splash earlier this year with their “Kurt Cobain” video, which had Lroy and HADES the Unscene portraying their alter egos Boo G. Ratchet and Frankie Donatello in a murderous bit of late night infomercial theater. It got the duo some love from the Chronicle¬†and now they’re back at it with “Ernest Hemingway,” the next single from their upcoming debut album, due out in December. Where “Kurt Cobain” had the laid back feel of the West Coast jams that would have been contemporary to Nirvana, “Ernest Hemingway” is curiously futuristic, Lroy decking the song out in the synth heavy textures of a lost Dan the Automator beat. It’s more propulsive than “Kurt Cobain,” but the group’s clever, self-effacing lyricism remains on point, offering ample reason to get excited for the full album to come.