Roots rockers, Say ZuZu, reemerge with a12-song retrospective and record deal twenty years in the making.
Say ZuZu is an Americana rock band from New Hampshire. Originally formed in 1991, Say ZuZu recorded and released nine full-length albums before disbanding in 2003 and reuniting in 2019. The band’s first release on Strolling Bones Records is Here Again: A Retrospective (1994-2002) and includes highlights from the group’s five studio albums recorded during its touring heyday. A new studio record from the band is scheduled for release in 2023 on Strolling Bones.
Says the band, “For those who haven't met our music before, these are highlights from five records released between 1994-2002. The songs focus on the large internal lives of people in small mill towns like ours. This record also chronicles a decade of growth from a fiercely independent, self-produced New Hampshire band that flew under the radar during the heyday of the 1990s alt-country movement. The title of the record, Here Again, is inspired by a song from our 1994 self-titled record. We've always sought to write songs that hold up, personal songs that are durable and can stand on their own in a variety of arrangements. 'Here Again' is one of those songs. It's also a fitting title for a record that's an opening salvo from a recently reunited band with its first new studio record forthcoming in 2023.”