Sundressed Released Video For “F*ck It Up” Featuring Have Mercy


Indie punk band Sundressed is facing their anxieties today in their brand new single “Fuck It Up”, out now via Rude Records. The song  is accompanied by a new lyric video, and features labelmates Have Mercy.
This one is about the anxiety of screwing things up when everything is going so well,” shares vocalist Trevor Hedges. We had a ton of fun having Brian Swindle sing on the track and this is one of the heaviest ones we’ve ever done.
Adds Have Mercy’s Brian Swindle: “We’ve known Sundressed for awhile now. When they asked if we wanted to be involved on their new track, it was a no brainer. They’re one of the hardest working bands and some of the kindest people. If they didn’t live across the country I bet we would hangout every day.
Living on such a chaotic planet, tossing and turning is inevitable. It’s hard to sleep in the midst of uncertainty. That’s why Sundressed was born. Lead vocalist and songwriter Trevor Hedges began his project in 2012, with the initial purpose of maintaining his sobriety. Now, 10 years later, Hedges has refocused the project’s mission, writing songs that tackle mental health issues for others to take solace in. His confessional lyrics and punk-infused melodies inspire hope in listeners to continue moving forward.
Determined to make a positive impact one lyric at a time, Sundressed captured the attention of international label Rude Records (Saves The Day, Less Than Jake, The Maine), who signed the band in 2020 and soon after released their label debut Home Remedy. Produced by Mike Pepe – who also produced “Winner” – and featuring hit singles “Home Remedy”, “Oh Please”, “Your Frequency”, “Size Of My Heart”, and “Cash Out” feat. Sydney SpragueHome Remedy garnered attention from tastemakers including Brooklyn Vegan, FLOOD Magazine, American Songwriter, Rock Sound, and more.
Last year Sundressed celebrated their 10th anniversary with their single “Winner” feat. You, Me And Everyone We Know. “Winner” – a track about wanting to be remembered for something – served as a remind of the band’s central theme: never give up and always keep doing what you love.
Stay tuned for more music, including a new full-length record, later this year.





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