Bermuda Triangle are heading out on the road for a special series of tour dates across the Southern U.S., starting tonight with a show in Atlanta, not far from Paste’s Georgia headquarters. In celebration of their impending road trip, the Brittany Howard-led rock trio have shared a sweet new song called “Suzanne.”
Bermuda Triangle—made up of Howard, Becca Mancari and Jesse Lafser—shared the new song on their Facebook page, citing “tropical inspirations.” “Suzanne” is a gentle acoustic ballad with heartfelt vocal harmonies and a drum machine foundation that lends a compelling build to the end of the track. The song is an attempt to “capture the heartache of being in love with someone who still hasn’t gotten over their ex,” per a press release.
Last month, Bermuda Triangle released their first single, “Rosey,” which Paste’s Lisa Nguyen described as “a Lafser original about the acceptance of a breakup, featuring harmonies that are bound to make your heart melt. Sweet and gentle guitar strums complement Lafser’s flourishing voice, blending to create a beautifully emotional track.”
Beyond their Bermuda Triangle endeavors, the band’s individual members have plenty going on. Mancari’s debut album Good Woman is due out this Friday, Oct. 6, Lafser’s follow-up to 2015’s Raised On the Plains is set for an early-2018 release and Howard recently completed a North American tour with Alabama Shakes.
Thelma and the Sleaze will support Bermuda Triangle for the first two stops on their tour, while Music Band will open up the following three shows. You can find ticket info on Bermuda Triangle’s website right here.
Listen to “Suzanne” (or buy the song on iTunes here), and Alabama Shakes and Lafser performances from the Paste Cloud below, and find Bermuda Triangle’s tour dates further down.
Bermuda Triangle Tour Dates:
04 – Atlanta, Ga. @ Terminal West *
05 – Birmingham, Ala. @ Iron City *
06 – Knoxville, Tenn. @ Mill + Mine #
08 – Asheville, N.C. @ The Orange Peel #
09 – Carrboro, N.C. @ Cat’s Cradle #
(* – with Thelma and the Sleaze)
(# – with Music Band)