Sadie Dupuis, the front woman to everyone’s favourite Massachusetts, alt rock group Speedy Ortiz, is putting down her guitar and trading her riffs for dancey synth pop beats. Always being one to take her music personally and never steering away from the sensitive subjects, Dupuis follows through with this in the solo effort under the moniker Sad13. The first single from her post-Philadelphia move collection, “Get A Yes” features the empowering message of how important and fun getting concent is while taking notes from the bubblegum pop era of the 2000s. Give it a listen below.
The debut full length from Sad13, entitled Slugger is due out on November 11 through Carpark Records.