The group was formed in 2011 in London by Jon Sutcliffe (vocals), Tomas Kubowicz (lead guitar) and Andrew Needle (rhythm guitar). The line-up was later completed by Jakub Starzyński (bass guitar) and Lewis Jones (drums).
The band’s debut single, “Wishes”, was recorded and produced by Suede, Pulp and White Lies collaborator Ed Buller at ICP Studios in Belgium. Released in August 2011 on Perfect Sound Forever, the single was mentioned in NME‘s “Radar Tip Of The Day” by Matt Wilkinson,This Is Fake DIY‘s single review by Chelsea Cochrane and Killing Moon Limited’s “Track Of The Day”. The track was also played by Steve Lamacq on BBC Radio 6, Clint Boon on XFM and John Richards on KEXP.
The band released new song in anticipation to their upcoming sophomore album via Stereogum. “Black Infinity (Upside Down)” had its premiere on 18 September 2015.
In December 2015 it was announced that the band’s second album would be called “No Illusions” and would be released on the 15th April 2016 – exactly three years after the release of their debut album, Graceless.
Another song was released on 3 February 2016 following up the news of band’s first European Tour in May 2016. Fred Perry Subculture premiered “The Tape Of You”, saying “SULK have the songs and substance where it counts, and their second LP “No Illusions“, will reportedly push their British indie-pop sound forward to win new ground.”
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