Sucker’s sound has been described as “the perfect bridge between old-school, safety-pin-through-the-cheek punk attitude and ballsy heavy metal assault". The music is riffy, energetic, and wrought with themes of rampant self-indulgence including the archetypal "sex, drugs and rock & roll". “I like to make music I would want to hear on a night out. Rock and roll is a lifestyle. It’s very hedonistic and I like to reflect that in my music,” says Candi Vee when asked to describe her music and motivation.
Ever been to a Sucker show? Its a treat akin to its name. Show-goers are showered with lollipops - a sweet symbol of the dirty decadence that is Sucker. The bravest of spectators can become a part of the show itself: every night a lucky lady is crowned the official "Amphetamine Queen" of the evening, a title that boasts the right to strut around in a shiny tiara for the rest of the night.
The band is currently performing in Pennsylvania, New York and New Jersey to promote that album release and is recording a new EP.
Sucker opened for Joan Jett and the Blackhearts on April 17, 2014.
Sucker has been featured by ION Indie Magazine, Rockwired Magazine, Unclaimed Bands, Gashouse Radio, Rocker's Dive Radio, The Keep It Metal Show, Jive on live WBRE, WUSR University of Scranton, New Music Inferno, The Indie Authority, Indie Minded, NEPA Scene, The Weekender, BBox Radio
Sucker's music has been heard on the following stations: Hard Rock Lunch Box, BBox, The Rodent Hour, Music On The Menu with Alan K. Stout, DNH Underground, 99.5 WUSR Scranton, BULLSPIKE Radio, Rock Our Town Radio, Gashouse Radio, I Love Indie Internet Radio, 97.9X WBSX, Rocker's Dive Radio, WE68 Radio, C.N.E.U. Radio, Rocky 1049, The Fyre and Ice Show, 365 Radio Network, Keep it Metal promotions, Taste the Music - LIR After Dark, The Ratsclusive