Press Releases


February 20, 2019

Sego’s “Neon Me Out” Track Featured On NPR All Songs Considered | Playing SXSW, Look Out For U.S. Tour | Sego Sucks LP Out 4/5 Via Roll Call Records

LISTEN/WATCH & SHARE: Sego – “Neon Me Out”
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LISTEN/WATCH & SHARE: Sego – “Shame”
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“Los Angeles-based quartet Sego creates boisterous, hook-driven indie rock reminiscent of Beck or Phoenix in the early 2000s.”
“As a first listen, Sego has shared the jerky, bopping lead single “Shame”. Sitting somewhere between OK Go and Beck, the track balances heavy energies with bright, pointed instrumentation and hammered percussion.
– Consequence of Sound
Sego’s “Neon Me Out” has been featured on NPR’s All Songs Considered. The track originally premiered on Billboard. Last month they announced their new LP Sego Sucks and shared the Matt Odom directed video for their new single “Shame” on Consequence of Sound. The band also did an Origins piece for the website, explaining their influences behind the track. Sego Sucks will be out 4/5 via Roll Call Records. The band also announced a couple shows including SXSW shows. Dates are below. You can pre-order the album here.
Tour Dates:

3/13-3/16: Austin, TX @ SXSW

4/5: Provo, UT @ Velour (Release Show)

4/26: Austin, TX @ Mohawk