The Fader says of "Giants," "This Sure Sure song feels like early spring."
Pigeons and Planes highlighted Sure Sure in their "Best New Albums" feature and write, "If you need some bright, springtime energy in the middle of this miserably cold winter, Sure Sure's self-titled debut album is the move...it's full of buoyant, playful sounds and deceptively nuanced songwriting. It's easy to see why these guys already have co-signs from veterans like Grizzly Bear and Rostam of Vampire Weekend."
Vivacious and magnetic genre-benders, Sure Sure is "sophisticated, jazz-inflected pop with warm keys and tricky rhythmic changes that’s somewhere between today’s indie-pop and Steely Dan’s ’70s." Sure Sure has a knack for delivering effortless jams that make you move. From the sunny piano melody to the blustery percussion, the beautiful harmonies to the tongue-in-cheek lyrics
Salute Mag says of the band, "With a slightly quirky edge and hypnotic vocals, there's a distinct nature to their tunes that makes them instantly recognizable."
Sure Sure's recently released track, "Hands Up, Head Down," garnered the #1 Spot on Hype Machine's Popular Charts and hit #3 on Soundcloud's Indie Charts. Additionally, Sure Sure has sold out two shows at The Satellite in Los Angeles, where Grizzly Bear tweeted, "Swear they could be huge!"