The Attire Share “Sriracha” featuring Woosung

THE ATTIRE
SHARE “SRIRACHA”
FT. WOOSUNG
THE ATTIRE & WOOSUNG BY ALEX ROSE LANG
If you’re seeking Sriracha amidst the nationwide shortage, rising Los Angeles-based pop duo The Attire has got you covered. Today, the duo released their newest single “Sriracha” ft. K-pop singer & frontman for pop-rock band The Rose, Woosung. The self-produced track follows the success of the band’s viral hits “Naked,” and “Girls Like You” which together have amassed over 17M organic views on TikTok.
“‘Sriracha’ is what we like to call a ‘breakup song in disguise.’ Behind the disco glossed drums and funky lyrics is a song about moving forward after deep heartbreak. People will definitely be healing as they’re dancing with this one” says The Attire. “Woosung is such an incredible talent and we’re honored that he jumped on the track with us,” they add.
“Greg and Stephen are super nice and I definitely vibed super well with them so it was such a pleasure to collab on this,” shares Woosung. “When I first heard ‘Sriracha,’ it seemed like a fun, spicy record to hop on, and I loved adding some of my flare to the music video as well!”
The BMG-signed duo consists of childhood friends Greg Shilling (vocals, piano) and Stephen Santa Teresa (drums, guitar). The pair both grew up immersed in music — Shilling picked up the piano at five years old, and Santa Teresa started playing the drums at eight years old. The duo met in 8th grade and have played together as a band since 2006.
The two got their start on Youtube in the 2010s as “Greg & Stephen,” before eventually changing their name to The Attire which they came up with simply after looking at the clothes hanging in their closet.
The band’s 2022 debut album, Songs About Girls Like You (featuring productions by Social House & Afterhrs), is a compilation of songs threading through the ups & downs of a relationship. From falling in love — to falling apart — it demonstrates the key moments of a relationship from beginning to end.
THE ATTIRE BY ALEX ROSE LANG
“SRIRACHA” ARTWORK
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