Bruce Sudano Releases Title Track For Ninth Album, ‘Talkin’ Ugly Truth, Tellin’ Pretty Lies’

Bruce Sudano‘s resilience shines through every single thing he does, and no less so than in the release of his highly anticipated ninth album, ‘Talkin’ Ugly Truth, Tellin’ Pretty Lies’. His enduring passion and lyrical honesty, and not to forget, his musical innovation, are all on show in the title track, accompanied by a masterclass of a music video that sees him showing off his “wild side”.

The music video for ‘Talkin’ Ugly Truth, Tellin’ Pretty Lies’, has a little bit of everything in it; visuals of the countryside, a classic car with an old-school movie feel, and visual effects such as Sudano playing chess, with Sudano. Speaking of the track, Bruce says,

“This song tells the story of a renegade couple, a Bonnie and Clyde kind of character, who live the life of the underworld; smart people from a small town who can get you anything you want or need. But like every mafioso story, in the end when you least expect it, it all catches up to you, and you pay the price.”

The music itself is a glorious fusion of folk and blues, an irresistible groove-tastic anthemic track, which will compel all listeners to get up and move with the rhythms. Bruce Sudano’s soulful delivery, along with the song’s infectious beat, come together in a fabulous musical experience, that will leave an indelible mark on the listener’s senses.

Watch the delectable music video for ‘Talkin’ Ugly Truth, Tellin’ Pretty Lies’ below, and find out more about Bruce Sudano and his music online on his official website, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.

Bruce Sudano - Talkin' Ugly Truth, Tellin' Pretty Lies (Official Music Video)

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