For singer-songwriter Susie Suh, your environment is everything. In 2010, Susie left her native Los Angeles to embark on a creative and spiritual journey through Europe that would leave her with a new outlook and distinct sound. With over 15 million streams on Spotify and millions of views on YouTube, Susie’s sonic evolution has clearly resonated with fans.
Inspired by a new adopted home in Berlin and her travels off the beaten path to different sacred and holy sites, Susie’s Everywhere EP marks a sonic and lyrical departure from her previous records. “My old music was very ‘singer-songwriter’ before,” Susie explains. “It came from a first person perspective.” This is a departure, but it’s also a natural progression. “While I lived in Europe I ended up creating this mystical character who represents an aspect of myself. The words and melodies come from her perspective.”
In Berlin, Susie embraced the city’s vibrant electronic community by working with some of Europe’s top DJs and producers. What emerged was a bevy of songs that reflected her new creative direction. The track “Here With Me” featuring Robot Koch received a high-profile placement on NBC’s hit show The Blacklist. It became something of a digital phenomenon, racking up over 7 million Spotify streams to date and reached No.5 on the iTunes electronic music chart in the U.S.
The world got a preliminary introduction to Susie on her self-titled Epic Records debut produced by the legendary Glen Ballard [Alanis Morissette]. She garnered a faithful fan base with independent releases The Bakman Tapes, Pt. 1  and The Bakman Tapes . Her songs were also featured on numerous television shows in the US and abroad (The Blacklist, Parenthood, The Royals, Witches of East End, Heart of Dixie, One Tree Hill). However, Everywhere functions as a proper gateway into her sonic world.
“With a rich, husky voice and a gift for melodies that rise with her emotions, Susie Suh sings persuasively about the search for love” – NY Times