SUNDAES is a surprise – a very much delightful, fun and fabulous addition to your rotation of songs. The folk-rock based band bleeds over to synth and experimental side of music making, with ease while with the kind of purpose for construction that is endearing and exciting.
In the latest single ‘Laundry Day’ is a malaise of rock that brings to the fore, many layers of feelings. And that’s just what we are as human beings sometimes – a ball of messy feelings, confused, helpless, needing assistance.
We think ‘Laundry Day’ communicates this to perfection.
And we dig that about the song and the band, for sure.
We don’t do this often, but here’s a direct presser description of SUNDAES: “Lovechild of a wayward New York boy and the city of Nashville, Sundaes survives on McFlurrys, Steel Magnolia’s and the complete works of Lana Del Rey. The band draw influence from a combination of early oughts’ indie rock, blues, and genre assorted hits or all eras. Dancing among the kings of country, a queen does her best.”
Isn’t that fun?
Yep. SUNDAES is fun. And seriously fabulous.
Take a look-see.