Words & Images: Portis Wasp
Panda Su is a singer/songwriter from Fife who found early success when her song Eric is Dead, taken from her first EP Sticks and Bricks, was featured in the Season four finale of Skins. Since then she has toured extensively around the UK promoting her unique brand of kitschy pop, as well as releasing a second EP entitled I Begin.
This September saw the release of Panda Su’s new music video for Alphabet Song, which you should definitely give a spin below- laundry puns and everything, I’m on fire! And if you haven’t yet seen Jennifer Lawrence’s new horror film, House At The End Of The Street, which is out in cinemas now then here’s your excuse… Alphabet Song is not only featured in the film, but plays during quite a steamy make-out session (with a baby monitor twist) between Jennifer Lawrence and newcomer Max Thieriot!
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I couldn’t write for Scotcampus for a week and not showcase the unique talent that is Panda Su, so I asked her to answer five fun questions just for you guys.
A guilty pleasure you can’t seem to quit?
Making up dance moves to my own songs
A song that makes your heart skip a beat?
Current love- Reunion by The XX
All time love- Marching Bands of Manhattan by Death Cab for Cutie
The last white lie you told?
That I don’t tell lies
Which item of clothing in your closet gets most wear and why?
My grey snood. Everything else in my closet is a bit of a fashion faux-pas. In fact, I didn’t even know what a fashion faux-pas was until someone told me I was wearing one. Apparently I do it often. I’m a shit girl.
What never fails to make you smile?
Listening to Scottish people complain about the weather in Scotland.