SASAMI Unveils New 'Squeeze' Single "Say It"

SASAMI Unveils New 'Squeeze' Single 'Say It'
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SASAMI's sophomore album Squeeze is dropping next month, and ahead of its arrival through Domino, the artist has shared another single from the effort.

Arriving alongside a creepy-crawly visualizer, the industrial-tinged fourth single "Say It" finds SASAMI working through her emotions on the dancefloor.

"'Say It' is a rage anthem dance track about spinning out because someone isn't communicating with you," the artist born Sasami Ashworth said of the track in a statement. "I feel like when I hear the song I see a hot femme with a mystical flamethrower engulfed in emotional blue flames throwing elbows alone in an industrial dance club in outer space."

The track follows previously released singles "The Greatest" and "Skin a Rat," as well as Ashworth's cover of Daniel Johnston's "Sorry Entertainer."

Squeeze — which arrives on February 25 — features production contributions from Ty Segall, and musical contributions from King Tuff's Kyle Thomas, Moaning's Pascal Stevenson, No Home, Christian Lee Hutson and Hand Habits' Meg Duffy.

Ashworth is due to take her new material on the road this spring in support of HAIM's North American tour. Canadian stops include Toronto and Vancouver, both of which remain unaffected by COVID postponements thus far.

Hear "Say It" below.