Where We Were Together
Say Sue Me - Where We Were Together
Critic Score
Based on 6 reviews
2018 Ratings: #42 / 224
User Score
Based on 15 ratings
April 13, 2018 / Release Date
LP / Format
Damnably, Electric Muse / Label
Your Review



The album, Where We Were Together from the band Say Sue Me, is a perfectly paced fusion of jangling guitars, bouncing bass and sighed melancholy.

The Independent

Say Sue Me’s charming third outing shows the quartet exploring a broad range of sounds, but it most significantly ensures they’re not a band to sleep on.

The South Korean indie pop band Say Sue Me's debut album is built on tragedy but ends up being an uplifting, heartwarming record sure to make hearts soar and nostalgic feelings for bands like Ride, Velocity Girl, and the Darling Buds flood the senses of anyone old enough to remember them (or savvy enough to discover them after the fact.)
Northern Transmissions
For their latest release, Busan’s Say Sue Me delivers music that not only captures the spirit of American dream-pop, but brings in their own experimentation to make an album worth hearing.

Throughout this album, the band generally keeps within its sweet spot of familiar, wistful progressions complemented by Kim’s interior detailing. But that’s not to say it’s without brave moments.

Apr 13, 2018
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Track List
  1. Let It Begin
  2. But L Like You
  3. Old Town
  4. 너와 나의 것 Ours
  5. Funny and Cute
  6. I Just Wanna Dance
  7. B Lover
  8. 어떤 꿈 After Falling Asleep
  9. Here
  10. 누군가의 과거가 될 용기에 대하여 About the Courage to Become Somebody's Past
  11. Coming to the End
Contributions By
thisisabtlgrnd, patton, staroduw

Added on: February 10, 2018